On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 8:14 AM, Jim Nasby <jim(at)nasby(dot)net> wrote:
> Hrm... the claim was made that everything relating to the index, including
> pg_depend and pg_contstraint, got duplicated. But I don't know how you
> could duplicate a constraint without also playing name games. Perhaps name
> games are being played there as well...
Yes, it is what was originally intended. Please note the pg_constraint
entry was not duplicated correctly in the first version of the patch
because of a bug I already fixed.
I will provide another version soon if necessary.
>> Right now I don't see anything that would make switching oids easier than
> Yeah... in order to make either of those schemes work I think there would
> need to non-trivial internal changes so that we weren't just passing around
> raw OIDs/filenodes.
> BTW, it occurs to me that this problem might be easier to deal with if we
> had support for accessing the catalog with the same snapshot as the main
> query was using... IIRC that's been discussed in the past for other issues.
Yes, it would be better and helpful to have such a mechanism even for other
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