Alvaro Herrera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Hmm.  You are right, but without that we won't be able to enforce
> uniqueness on the partitioned table (we could only enforce it on each
> partition, which would mean we can't partition on anything else than
> primary keys if the tables have one).  IMHO this is something to
> consider.

Well, partitioning on the primary key would be Good Enough for 95% or
99% of the real problems out there.  I'm not excited about adding a
large chunk of complexity to cover another few percent.

                        regards, tom lane

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