Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I have a few other questions:
> > What is the procedure for moving tablespace directories?
> There is none.
> > However, pg_tablespace still has the old location.
> Yup.  The *only* thing that pg_tablespace.spclocation is used for is
> for pg_dumpall to dump appropriate CREATE TABLESPACE commands, so it's
> not like you couldn't hack it after the fact.
> > Do we need ALTER TABLESPACE to move tablespaces, and ALTER clauses to
> > move objects to other tablespaces?  Are these TODO items for later?
> TODO.  You sound like a man who's expecting a
> several-generations-polished facility when we only just committed
> the first version today.  I do not feel a need to have any of these
> features in 7.5 ...

I just need to know what to add to the TODO list, and so we can answer
people who are going to ask for this functionality.  Added to TODO:

        * Allow reporting of which objects are in which tablespaces
        * Allow database recovery where tablespaces can't be created
        o Add ALTER TABLESPACE to change location, name, owner
        o Allow objects to be moved between tablespaces

I think this all the items still needed.

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