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On Thu, Apr 21, 2005 at 03:33:05PM -0400, Dave Chapeskie wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 21, 2005 at 11:28:43AM -0700, Josh Berkus wrote:
> > Michael,
> > > ....Every five minutes, DBCC INDEXDEFRAG will report to the user an
> > > estimated percentage completed. DBCC INDEXDEFRAG can be terminated at
> > > any point in the process, and *any completed work is retained.*"
> > Keen. Sounds like something for our TODO list.
> > --
> > Josh Berkus
> > Aglio Database Solutions
> > San Francisco
> See http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-general/2005-03/msg01465.php
> for my thoughts on a non-blocking alternative to REINDEX. I got no
> replies to that message. :-(
> I've almost got a working solution integrated in the backend that does
> correct WAL logging and everything. (Writing the code to write and
> replay WAL logs for complicated operations can be very annoying!)
> For now I've gone with a syntax of:
> REINDEX INDEX btree_index_name INCREMENTAL;
> (For now it's not a proper index AM (accessor method), instead the
> generic index code knows this is only supported for btrees and directly
> calls the btree_compress function.)
> It's not actually a REINDEX per-se in that it doesn't rebuild the whole
> index. It holds brief exclusive locks on the index while it shuffles
> items around to pack the leaf pages fuller. There were issues with the
> code I attached to the above message that have been resolved with the
> new code. With respect to the numbers provided in that e-mail the new
> code also recycles more pages than before.
> Once I've finished it up I'll prepare and post a patch.
> Dave Chapeskie
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