On Sun, 20 Mar 2005, Josh Berkus wrote:

whole system make a lot more sense: individual partitions are really
tables. The partitioned tables themselves are just meta-objects like views.

If partition is a table, so I could define different indices for them ? In our prototype of scaled full text search we create another index which is optimized for "archived" (not changed) data - it's sort of standard inverted index which is proven to be scaled, while tsearch2's index is good for "online" data. All interfaces ( dictionaries, parsers, ranking) are the same, so it's possible to combine search results. This is rather easy to implement using table inheritance, but I'd like to do this with partitioning

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