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Postgres 9.1 determine table creation data/time

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Postgres 9.1, how to determine when a table was created.
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HI

Unfortunately Postgres does not store this informaton
http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-novice/2008-11/msg00057.php

The only way you can do it is to create your metadata table and insert creation date manually upon table creation.
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