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You can run that, no problem: VACUUM FULL ANALYZE pg_largeobject; Might even remove some dead rows. Details: VACUUM returning disk space to operating system But it's probably not going to solve your actual problem. When using the large object facility of Postgres, large objects ("blob": binary large object) themselves are broken up in chuncks of ...


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The 'big' players don't even put the images on the same machine. Instead they have "image servers" globally distributed and optimized for pumping out readonly images. In their case, the benefits of distributed processing outweighs the occasional inconsistency (link to non-existent image; vice versa). Yet other machines handle virus checking, scaling, ...



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