On 2016-01-13 17:38:22 +0300, Vladimir Sitnikov wrote:
> >so you don't get to (or want to) have any control over the underlying
> >prepared statement.
> That is pl/pgsql's problem, isn't it?
> In the mean time, user can use different query texts (e.g. by adding
> offset 0, offset 0*1, offset 0*2, etc kind of stuff they typically use
> to tune queries) to convince plpgsql to use different statement ids.
Basically you're arguing to fix one specific edge case which bugs you
personally, by creating a lot of others, which don't bug you. Not
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