On Sun, 20 Oct 2002, geva wrote:
> i'm encountering an recurring problem in which running vacuum on a
> relatively large
> database ( >30000 rows) causes the database to corrupt rather badly. all
> subsequent calls to vacuum does not return, and the only solution is to
> pg_dump the database, drop all or some of the tables, and recover the
> database using \i or psql -e.
> i am working with version 7.0 .
> is it a known bug ? was it solved on later versions? is there a
It's hard to say, there have been bugs related to vacuum fixed in later
versions. 7.0 is pretty old at this point (between 2 and 3 revisions back
since 7.3 is in beta), you'd probably be best off upgrading if possible.
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