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Reindex - Is this necessary after a vacuum?

From: Markus Benne <thing(at)m-bass(dot)com>
To: pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Reindex - Is this necessary after a vacuum?
Date: 2005-10-25 13:56:07
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We are reindexing frequently, and I'm wondering if
this is really necessary, given that it appears to
take an exclusive lock on the table.

Our table in question is vacuumed every 4 minutes, and
we are reindexing after each one.

I'm not a fan of locking this table that frequently,
even if it is only for 5 - 10 seconds depending on

The vacuum is a standard vacuum.  Nightly we do a
vacuum analyze.

Thanks for any tips,


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