Package: postgresql-9.6-toastinfo Source: toastinfo Version: 1.1-3.pgdg16.04+1 Architecture: i386 Maintainer: Debian PostgreSQL Maintainers Installed-Size: 28 Depends: postgresql-9.6, libc6 (>= 2.1.3) Homepage: https://github.com/credativ/toastinfo Priority: optional Section: database Filename: pool/main/t/toastinfo/postgresql-9.6-toastinfo_1.1-3.pgdg16.04+1_i386.deb Size: 5894 SHA256: 4a2cc96f35f34c00a84425963d2b2738bc1fcf77025132ac6887a3454ec5b584 SHA1: 7ac85d314009021bca4530f9f53ddd5124904307 MD5sum: a3e33325fc16252cca10042aee4a1eae Description: Show storage structure of varlena datatypes in PostgreSQL This PostgreSQL extension exposes the internal storage structure of variable-length datatypes, called varlena. . The function pg_toastinfo describes the storage form of a datum: . * null for NULLs * ordinary for non-varlena datatypes * short inline varlena for varlena values up to 126 bytes (1 byte header) * long inline varlena, (un)compressed for varlena values up to 1GiB (4 bytes header) * toasted varlena, (un)compressed for varlena values up to 1GiB stored in TOAST tables . The function pg_toastpointer returns a varlena's chunk_id oid in the corresponding TOAST table. It returns NULL on non-varlena input.