> I don't think so --- we weren't trying to use it as an actual column
> datatype back then.
> 7.4 has a problem though :-( ... this is one of the "damn I wish we'd
> caught that before release" ones, since it can't easily be fixed without
> initdb. Reminds me that I need to get to work on making pg_upgrade
> viable again.
Has anyone given any thought as to whether dumping and restoring
pg_statistic is worthwhile?
eg. some sort of ALTER TABLE..SET STATISTICS (1.0, 3.3, 'asdf',....)
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