On 8/16/16 11:59 AM, Robert Haas wrote: ...
That doesn't really solve the problem, because OTHER backends won't be able to see them. So, if I create a fast temporary table in one session that depends on a permanent object, some other session can drop the permanent object. If there were REAL catalog entries, that wouldn't work, because the other session would see the dependency.
Some discussion about TEMP functions is happening on -general right now, and there's other things where temp objects are good to have, so it'd be nice to have a more generic fix for this stuff. Is the idea of "partitioning" the catalogs to store temp objects separate from permanent fatally flawed?
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