On Mon, 2003-09-29 at 18:37, Tom Lane wrote:
It doesn't seem to me that this really buys much. What we really want
is a way for a dump/reload to remove OIDs from tables that formerly had
them; otherwise people will not easily be able to migrate their existing
tables away from having OIDs.
Can't they just use ALTER TABLE ... WITHOUT OIDS?
... and a single SET can apply to
multiple CREATE TABLEs.
Not unless you want partial pg_restores to break.
So is it worth doing this rather than WITH/WITHOUT OIDS, then?

-Neil

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