Noah Misch wrote:
> I'm anticipating a bug report along these lines:
> I saw poor estimates involving a child foreign table, so I ran "ANALYZE
> VERBOSE", which reported 'INFO: analyzing "public.parent" inheritance
> tree'. Estimates remained poor, so I scratched my head for awhile before
> noticing that pg_stats didn't report such statistics. I then ran "ANALYZE
> VERBOSE parent", saw the same 'INFO: analyzing "public.parent" inheritance
> tree', but this time saw relevant rows in pg_stats. The message doesn't
> reflect the actual behavior.
> I'll sympathize with that complaint.
Agreed on that.
> A credible alternative is to emit a second message indicating that we
> skipped the inheritance tree statistics after all, and why we skipped
That'd be similar to Xorg emitting messages such as
[ 53.772] (II) intel(0): RandR 1.2 enabled, ignore the following RandR
[ 53.800] (--) RandR disabled
I find this very poor.
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