On Sep 15, 2004, at 8:32 AM, Simon Riggs wrote:

The "partitions" are just tables, so no need for other management tools.
Oracle treats the partitions as sub-tables, so you need a range of commands
to add, swap etc the partitions of the main table.

I guess a set of tools that emulates that functionality would be generically
a good thing, if you can see a way to do that.

Oracle partitions were restricted in only allowing a single load statement
into a single partition at any time, whereas multiple COPY statements can
access a single partition table on PostgreSQL.

How does this compare to DB2 partitioning?

Michael Glaesemann
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