On 16/09/2016 10:26, John R Pierce wrote:
Yeah, it's a temporal table, so "updates" involve modifying the period
column for a row to set its end ts, and then inserting a new row with a
start ts running on from that.
On 9/16/2016 2:23 AM, John R Pierce wrote:
wait, what is a tsrange? the standard textsearch data types in
postgres are tsvector and tsquery,
never mind, I should have known, its a timestamp range. ...
when you do updates, are you changing any of the indexed fields, or
just "value" ?
Of course, the adds are just inserting new rows.
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