No. Only one level of partitioning (by date, month, year or integer) is supported.

A view is syntactic sugar for a canned query. Unless the view is referenced, it does not expend computational resources.

See also: view, views, :: , .z.b and \b

It is true that no single user query will block for more than the time specified in the -T command line argument. However, be sure to disable timeout via \T 0 prior to executing the end-of-day batch processing, or it will fail with a ‘stop error.