On 2/24/17 7:44 AM, Kenneth Marshall wrote:
Like David suggests, if you want compact, run it through lz4/gzip/lzop...for a much better size return.
Speaking of which; any bytea where you care about this is likely to live in an already compressed state in toast. ISTM it would be valuable if we had a way to just spit out the raw compressed data (or a text-safe version of that), at least for COPY's purposes...
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