This function is only relevant for hypertables with integer (as opposed to
TIMESTAMP/TIMESTAMPTZ/DATE) time values. For such hypertables, it sets a
function that returns the
now() value (current time) in the units of the time
column. This is necessary for running some policies on integer-based tables.
In particular, many policies only apply to chunks of a certain age and a
function that returns the current time is necessary to determine the age of a
|REGCLASS||Hypertable to set the integer now function for .|
|REGPROC||A function that returns the current time value in the same units as the time column.|
|BOOLEAN||Whether to override the function if one is already set. Defaults to false.|
To set the integer now function for a hypertable with a time column in unix time (number of seconds since the unix epoch, UTC).
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION unix_now() returns BIGINT LANGUAGE SQL STABLE as $$ SELECT extract(epoch from now())::BIGINT $$; SELECT set_integer_now_func('test_table_bigint', 'unix_now');
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