Zeugswetter Andreas ADI SD wrote:
(But that sounds rather like pie in the sky, actually. Which other databases can do that, and how do they do it?)
Oracle does it, by building a big index. Few people use it.


And others allow a different partitioning strategy for each index,
but that has the same problem of how to remove partitions without
a huge amount of index reorganization.

If you removed a partition, couldn't the index be cleaned up by VACUUM?

Joshua D. Drake

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