I'm using PostgreSQL 9.1 on Ubuntu. Are scheduled VACUUM ANALYZE still recommended, or is autovacuum enough to take care of all needs? If the answer is "it depends", then: I have a largish database ...
I have a python script on postgresql database which is fetching records from sql server database and inserting it to postgresql DB after some filtering. this jobs is running by cron every two minutes. ...
I have one table that is taking up close to 90% of hd space on our server. I have decided to drop a few columns to free up space. But I need to return the space to the OS. The problem, though, is ...
I'm running PostgreSQL 9.1. I have noticed really alarmingly bad indexes are taking up a lot of space on my server, e.g: evlampts=# SELECT pg_size_pretty(pg_relation_size('mcdata_2011_07')) AS ...
I wrote a script to backup a postgresql using COPY and then delete those records. I have used pg_relation_size before and after delete. pg_relation_size DELETE VACUUM ANALYZE pg_relation_size But ...
I have a very frequently updated table with 240 million rows (and growing). Every three hours 1.5 million rows are inserted and 1.5 million are deleted. When I moved the cluster to a SSD this bulk ...
I have a table in a Postgres 8.2.15 database. The table bloated to almost 25GB but after running vacuum full and cluster the table size was dramatically smaller, well under 1GB. A few weeks later ...