pgsql: Fix handling of pg_class.relispartition at swap phase in REINDEX
Fix handling of pg_class.relispartition at swap phase in REINDEX CONCURRENTLY
When cancelling REINDEX CONCURRENTLY after swapping the old and new
indexes (for example interruption at step 5), the old index remains
around and is marked as invalid. The old index should also be manually
droppable to clean up the parent relation from any invalid indexes still
remaining. For a partition index reindexed, pg_class.relispartition was
not getting updated, causing the index to not be droppable as DROP INDEX
would look for dependencies in a partition tree, which do not exist
anymore after the swap phase is done.
The fix here is simple: when swapping the old and new indexes, make sure
that pg_class.relispartition is correctly switched, similarly to what is
done for the index name.