> > Then you cannot run any queries that extend the size of
> your relations
> > (for example INSERT, UPDATE etc.). Unless you drop your tables or
> > DELETE something
> Interesting. Well my two cents is don't go any deeper than database.
> I.e; don't try and track to the individual relation.
I thought the intuitive level for such a feature would be tablespace.
If you need per user each user would get it's own tablespace, if you
need database each database ...
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