Re: Table Partitioning

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Re: Table Partitioning

Thomas F. O'Connell
Ken,

Table partitioning doesn't really exist, to the best of my knowledge,
but tablespaces, which are new to 8.0, allow for partitioning of data
(individual tables, indexes) across multiple locations on disk.

See

http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.0/static/sql-createtablespace.html

-tfo

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On Mar 3, 2005, at 3:56 PM, Ken Reid wrote:

> I am new to postgres and was wondering if table partitioning
> is supported in Postgres. And if so what version and where can
> I find documentation on it.
>
> - Thank You
>
> - Ken Reid


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