"Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> It's fairly clear that we could support concurrent builds of nonunique
>> indexes, but is that enough of a use-case to justify it?

> I believe there would be. Most PostgreSQL users I run into, develop in 
> production, which means being able to add an index they forgot when 
> doing query analysis.

True, unique constraints are usually something you should get right to
start with.  But it'll be annoying if we can do everything BUT that :-(

                        regards, tom lane

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