On Sun, 30 Jan 2000, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Perhaps the caches shouldn't store ctid? Not sure.
> I am guilt of that. There are a few place where I grab the tuple from
> the cache, then use that to update the heap. I thought it was a nifty
> solution at the time. I thought I used the CacheCopy calls for that,
> but I am not positive. Even if I did, that doesn't help because the
> copy probably has an invalid tid at that point, thought I have opened
> the table. Maybe I have to make sure I open the table before geting the
> tid from the cache.
Urgh, I better check my code for that as well ... :(
> Is it only the tid that is of concern. If so, that can probably be
> fixed somehow.
Peter Eisentraut Sernanders vaeg 10:115
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