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RDS PostgreSQL (as of the versions available in April 2018) doesn't always recover after restart; however, if the RDS instance does not shutdown within an unspecified timeout, RDS will force terminate the instance, requiring PostgreSQL to ...
Use the site below for choose your character, then use example:
postgres=# CREATE DATABASE database_name
WITH TABLESPACE tablespace_name TEMPLATE = template0
OWNER = database_user ENCODING 'WIN1252'
LC_CTYPE = 'Portuguese_Brazil.1252' LC_COLLATE = '...
I had the same problem, but because a very strange reason... In my opinion...
See these outputs...
root@srv_nm:/tmp# chown -R postgres "/some/path/data"
root@srv_nm:/tmp# chown -R :postgres "/some/path/data"
root@srv_nm:/tmp# chmod -R 700 "/some/path/data"
root@srv_nm:/tmp# ls -al "/some/path/data"
Statistic for the query planner: n_distinct
I misread at first. You do run ANALYZE on the temporary table. You commented:
The temp table is immutable: it's created once, analyzed and never
changes. It exists because we had a problem with plain query being
inefficient, so we extracted the rows we're interested in to a temp
table to have statistics about it. ...