Pavan Deolasee wrote:
> When following a HOT-update chain from the index fetch, if we notice that
> the root tuple is dead and it is HOT-updated, we try to prune the chain to
> the smallest possible length. To do that, the share lock is upgraded to an
> exclusive lock and the tuple chain is followed till we find a
> live/recently-dead
> tuple. At that point, the root t_ctid is made point to that tuple. In order

I assume you meant recently-dead here, rather than live/recently-dead,
because we aren't going to change live ctids, right?

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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