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max_pred_locks_per_relation

This controls how many pages or tuples of a single relation can be predicate-locked before the lock is promoted to covering the whole relation. Values greater than or equal to zero mean an absolute limit, while negative values mean max_pred_locks_per_transaction divided by the absolute value of this setting. The default is -2, which keeps the behavior from previous versions of PostgreSQL. This parameter can only be set in the postgresql.conf file or on the server command line.

Type: integer
Default: -2
Min: -2147483648
Max: 2147483647
Context: sighup
Restart: false
Since: 10

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