On 2/22/17 08:38, Pavan Deolasee wrote:
> One reason why these macros are not always used is because they
> typically do assert-validation to ensure ip_posid has a valid value.
> There are a few places in code, especially in GIN and also when we are
> dealing with user-supplied TIDs when we might get a TID with invalid
> ip_posid. I've handled that by defining and using separate macros which
> skip the validation. This doesn't seem any worse than what we are
> already doing.

I wonder why we allow that.  Shouldn't the tid type reject input that
has ip_posid == 0?

Peter Eisentraut              http://www.2ndQuadrant.com/
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