Jim Nasby wrote:
> On 9/13/15 2:43 AM, David Rowley wrote:
> >Are you worried about this because I've not focused on optimising float
> >timestamps as much as int64 timestamps? Are there many people compiling
> >with float timestamps in the real world?
> My $0.02: the default was changed some 5 years ago so FP time is probably
> pretty rare now.
The default was FP for 8.3 and was changed before 8.4. Anybody who was
running with the default back then and who has pg_upgraded all the way
to current releases is still using floating-point date/times.
> I don't think it's worth a bunch of extra work to speed them up.
Not sure about that.
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