I have a table where I am performing only inserts, never deletes/updates. I notice sometimes that autovacuum runs on this table, even though this is the case.
autovacuum: VACUUM ANALYZE public.twitter_shares (to prevent wraparound)
It is taking a long time, and it is having an impact on the performance of my DB. Is it safe for me to just disable autovacuum for this table? Since I am not performing deletes/updates, I don't understand why autovacuum is even needed, and why postgres decides to run it.