On 8/27/07, Tom Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> that and the lack of evidence that they'd actually gain anything

I find it somewhat ironic that PostgreSQL strives to be fairly
non-corruptable, yet has no way to detect a corrupted page.  The only
reason for not having CRCs is because it will slow down performance...
which is exactly opposite of conventional PostgreSQL wisdom (no
performance trade-off for durability).

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