I partitioned a table "data_table" by the key "import_id" to reduce the
number of partitions to be loaded in my queries.
I used list partitions, each containing usually just one "import_id". I
used a primary key (id, import_id)
But PostgreSQL does not consider partition keys to avoid loading not
SELECT SUM(something) FROM data_table WHERE import_id IN (SELECT id FROM
import_table WHERE ...)
The query takes too long, because PostgreSQL uses a hash join over all
partitions of "data_table" with the "import_table", instead of pruning
the "data_table" partitions by the import_ids at runtime.
Static pruning (when using ... IN (1, 2, 3, 4)) works fine though.
What am I doing wrong that runtime partition pruning with PostgreSQL
11.5 does not work in my case?