As a reminder, COPY FREEZE still does not issue any warning/notice if
the freezing does not happen:
Requests copying the data with rows already frozen, just as they
would be after running the <command>VACUUM FREEZE</> command.
This is intended as a performance option for initial data loading.
Rows will be frozen only if the table being loaded has been created
in the current subtransaction, there are no cursors open and there
are no older snapshots held by this transaction. If those conditions
are not met the command will continue without error though will not
freeze rows. It is also possible in rare cases that the request
cannot be honoured for internal reasons, hence <literal>FREEZE</literal>
is more of a guideline than a hard rule.
Note that all other sessions will immediately be able to see the data
once it has been successfully loaded. This violates the normal rules
of MVCC visibility and by specifying this option the user acknowledges
explicitly that this is understood.
Didn't we want to issue the user some kind of feedback?