On 12/24/06, Albert Cervera Areny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hi,
       yes I'm working on it. I've got a more recent version that doesn't crash 
on
initdb and works with sort files. I've got a couple of things pending and
will post it as soon as I can. If you want I could make a diff and send it to
you in case you wanted to test/improve the patch.
       Refering to some of the comment I never answered (sorry about that) I 
prefer
to use GetTempTablespace() as I think it's easier to read/understand than
GetDefaultTablespace(true).
       And thanks for pointing to temporary indexes. There seems not to be 
temporary
indexes but indexes of temporary tables, which could use GetTempTablespace()
too...


yeah, it was late and i was almost asleep... i was thinking in
temporary sequences, but indexes on temporary tables it's not a bad
idea too...
that was the reason i think it's better to use the same
GetDefaultTablespace() function it's less intrussive and is not
directed to one particular object but all temp objects can benefit...

i will wait your patch when you think is ready for discussion...

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