On 2017/05/30 11:41, Stephen Frost wrote: > * Tom Lane (t...@sss.pgh.pa.us) wrote: >> Noah Misch <n...@leadboat.com> writes: >>> On Mon, May 29, 2017 at 03:20:41AM +0000, Tom Lane wrote: >>>> Annotate the fact that somebody added location fields to PartitionBoundSpec >>>> and PartitionRangeDatum but forgot to handle them in >>>> outfuncs.c/readfuncs.c. This is fairly harmless for production purposes >>>> (since readfuncs.c would just substitute -1 anyway) but it's still bogus. >>>> It's not worth forcing a post-beta1 initdb just to fix this, but if we >>>> have another reason to force initdb before 10.0, we should go back and >>>> clean this up. >> >>> +1 for immediately forcing initdb for this, getting it out of the way. >>> We're >>> already unlikely to reach 10.0 without bumping catversion, but if we >>> otherwise >>> did, releasing 10.0 with a 10beta1 catversion would have negative value. >> >> I'm not really for doing it that way, but I'm willing to apply the fix >> if there's consensus for your position. Anybody else have an opinion? > > I tend to agree with Noah on this one.
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