Will toast go in the same tablespace as the base table?  I can see some
advantages to splitting that to another drive for extreme cases (think
heap/toast lookups over and over again).


Tom Lane wrote:
> Christopher Kings-Lynne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> Sequences are too small to be worth moving around, and may someday be
> >> reimplemented in a fashion that doesn't use up a separate disk file for
> >> each one.  If we allow SET TABLESPACE on them we will be limiting our
> >> future flexibility for no useful gain.
> > Why do we allow them to be created in tablespaces in the first place 
> > then?  Seems like a bit of a misfeature?  I mean we don't allow views in 
> > tablespaces...
> I had forgotten that the original patch allowed that.  Personally I'd
> vote for taking it out, for the above-stated reasons --- any objections?
> If people do want to have it then we can instead change ALTER SET
> TABLESPACE to allow sequences; but we'd also need a nontrivial addition
> to pg_dump, so there had better be a better reason than "might be nice
> to have".
>                       regards, tom lane
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