Joe Conway <mail(at)joeconway(dot)com> writes:
> Since this database has many large, but static tables (i.e. new data is
> loaded each day, but the tables are partitioned into year-month tables),
> I'm thinking we can run VACUUM FREEZE on the whole database once, and
> then run VACUUM FREEZE periodically on just the tables that have had
> rows added since the last time -- is that correct?
That would work for the user tables, but the lesson to draw from this is
not to forget about the system catalogs ...
regards, tom lane
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