I have run out of space, because I am new to Postgres and I have just not been monitoring it properly.
Now I cannot even vacuum the tables:
ERROR: could not extend file "base/20851/11787": No space left on device
I have deleted a whole bunch of data. I realize that only
vacuum full will bring back space though.
I have another logical volume with lots of space on it. Can I create some kind of a tablespace over there? If so, is there a specific kind of space to tell the database to do it's "work" over there during the vacuum process? Or do I need to physically move tables to that tablespace? How do I do that?
I apologize for the rapid fire questions. I have found myself in a bit of a spot.
This is PostgreSQL 9.3.