Adding columns to existing redshift table
- Create the two new columns with NOT NULL and DEFAULT.
- Filling the columns with data.
- Creating an empty table with the same columns as the target DB. ( Of course the two new columns would be just NOT NULL)
- Inserting everything from the target DB to the new DB.
- Dropping the target DB.
- Renaming the new DB to the target.
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