On Thu, 2009-10-29 at 15:44 +0100, Peter Meszaros wrote:
> Hi All,
> I use postgresql 8.3.7 as a huge queue. There is a very simple table
> with six columns and two indices, and about 6 million records are
> written into it in every day continously commited every 10 seconds from
> 8 clients. The table stores approximately 120 million records, because a
> cron job daily deletes those ones are older than 20 day. Autovacuum is
> on and every settings is the factory default except some unrelated ones
> (listen address, authorization). But my database is growing,
> characteristically ~600MByte/day, but sometimes much slower (eg. 10MB,
> or even 0!!!).
Do you ever "vacuum full" to reclaim empty record space?
P.J. "Josh" Rovero Vice President Sonalysts, Inc.
Email: rovero(at)sonalysts(dot)com www.sonalysts.com 215 Parkway North
Work: (860)326-3671 Waterford, CT 06385
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