On 2/2/16 6:39 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
I'm inclined to think that a good solution would be to create an
artificial restriction to not accept years beyond, say, 100000 AD.
That would leave us with a lot of daylight to not have to worry
about corner-case overflows in timestamp arithmetic.  I'm not sure
though where we'd need to enforce such a restriction; certainly in
timestamp[tz]_in, but where else?


Probably some of the casts (I'd think at least timestamp->timestamptz). Maybe timestamp[tz]_recv. Most of the time*pl* functions. :/
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