GIN doesn't support full index scans: because there are often many keys per value, each heap pointer would be returned many times, and there is no easy way to prevent this.
extractQuery returns zero keys,
GIN will emit an error. Depending on the operator,
a void query might match all, some, or none of the indexed values (for
example, every array contains the empty array, but does not overlap the
empty array), and GIN can't determine the correct
answer, nor produce a full-index-scan result if it could determine that
that was correct.
It is not an error for
extractValue to return zero keys,
but in this case the indexed value will be unrepresented in the index.
This is another reason why full index scan is not useful — it would
miss such rows.
GIN searches keys only by equality matching. This may be improved in future.