postgres=# SELECT oid::regclass, reltoastrelid FROM pg_class WHERE relname IN 
('pg_seclabel', 'pg_shseclabel');
      oid      | reltoastrelid
 pg_seclabel   |          3598
 pg_shseclabel |             0
(2 rows)

Isn't that a somewhat odd choice? Why do we assume that there cannot be
lengthy seclabels on shared objects? Granted, most shared objects aren't
candidates for large amounts of data, but both users and databases don't
seem to fall into that category.


Andres Freund

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