On Mon, 2009-03-23 at 15:23 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> There is no need for any such infrastructure if we just drive it off a
> post-ANALYZE callback.
That sounds reasonable, although it does seem a little strange for
analyze to actually perform cleanup.
Now that we have FSM, the cost of VACUUMing insert-only tables is a lot
less. Does that possibly justify running VACUUM on insert-only tables?
On tables without GIN indexes, that wouldn't be a complete waste,
because it could set hint bits, which needs to be done sometime anyway.
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