On Thu, 17 Dec 2015 at 15:36 Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:

> Gaetano Mendola <mend...@gmail.com> writes:
> > I'm playing around with tablespace (postgresq 9.4) and I found out what I
> > believe is a bug in pg_tables.
> > Basically if you create a database in a table space X and then you
> create a
> > table on the database the table is created correctly on the tablespace X
> (
> > I did a check on the filesystem) however if you do a select on pg_tables
> > the column tablespace for that table is empty and even worst if you dump
> > the DB there is no reporting about the the database or table being on
> that
> > tablespace.
> > Even \d doesn't report that the table is in the tablespace X.
> An empty entry in that column means that the table is in the default
> tablespace for the database.  Which it sounds like is what you have
> here.  I think it's operating as designed, though you might quibble
> with the decision that showing default tablespaces explicitly would
> have been clutter.

Now it's clear thank you.

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