Ok, so the global part of the fsm is just that it is in shared memory.  If certain databases have more
free space they will simply take up more of the fsm. There is no cross database movement of tuples.
( I realized this when I tried to form my next question)


Tom Lane wrote:
Dave Cramer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Can someone explain how the free space map deals with alternate database 

It doesn't really care.  It identifies tables by database OID+table OID,
and where they happen to sit physically doesn't matter.

			regards, tom lane

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