Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> On 5/18/17 16:21, Thomas Munro wrote:
> > That's because if you attach a partition with a different column
> > ordering,
> Is it intentional and sensible to allow that in the first place? Or was
> it just inherited from inheritance?
I think it was deliberately allowed. Note that if you have a table with
dropped columns which you want to make a partition of another table
without them, there will need to be some physical transformation of
the tuples anyway in order for reading to work; we certainly don't want
to reject such cases.
> > pg_dump dumps it with a normal CREATE TABLE ... PARTITION OF
> > ... command, so the ordering it lost.
> So it appears that either the above should be prohibited or pg_dump
> should be fixed.
Are you proposing that if the ordering of the columns of a partition is
not identical to that of its parent table, the partition should be
dumped as a regular CREATE TABLE followed by ALTER TABLE .. ATTACH PARTITION,
instead of a single CREATE TABLE .. PARTITION OF command?
Álvaro Herrera https://www.2ndQuadrant.com/
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