On 2020-Mar-25, Justin Pryzby wrote:

> Maybe in the docs you can write this with thousands separators: 10,000,000
> It looks like the GUC uses scale factor max=1e10, but the relopt is still
> max=100, which means it's less possible to disable for a single rel.

I have paid no attention to this thread, but how does it make sense to
have a scale factor to be higher than 100?  Surely you mean the
threshold value that should be set to ten million, not the scale factor?

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