Hi, Andrew,

Andrew - Supernews wrote:

>> Is there any reason to allow ANALYZE run insinde a transaction at all?
> Absolutely. In a large transaction that radically changes the content of
> the database, it is often necessary to analyze in order to avoid getting
> extremely bad query plans for later commands in the transaction.

OK, I see.

But this leads to the danger that, should the transaction abort
afterwards, we're left with borked stats, or are those rolled back


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