On 26-06-2012 12:23, Robert Haas wrote: > At the risk of making everyone laugh at me, has anyone tested pglz? I > observe that if the compression ration and performance are good, we > might consider using it for this purpose, too, which would avoid > having to add dependencies. Conversely, if they are bad, and we > decide to support another algorithm, we might consider also using that > other algorithm, at least optionally, for the purposes for which we > now use pglz. > I'll remember to test it too.
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