Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Also, how do we know something is a temp schema?  Just the prefix
> > pg_temp_*?
> 
> Yeah.  Remember that all schemas named pg_XXX are reserved for system
> use.  For the moment, testing for pg_temp_XXX is a bulletproof test,
> and we can certainly adapt psql's test if we ever add schemas that might
> conflict.
> 
> Looking at the present output of \dn, I wonder whether we should not
> suppress the pg_toast schema as well.  That could be done (at the
> moment) by bouncing all schemas 'pg_t*' ...

Yea, probably.  I think the "implementation artifact" logic is a good
approach.  If someone wants to get into implementation details, they
should query pg_namespace.

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