On Fri, Feb 10, 2006 at 12:20:34PM -0800, david drummard wrote:
> 1) create a new table every time a new feed file comes in. Create table with
> indexes. Use the copy command to dump the data into the table.
> 2) rename the current table to some old table name and rename the new table
> to current table name so that applications can access them directly.
That sounds like a working plan.
> Should i create indexes before or after import ? I need to do this in
> shortest period of time so that the data is always uptodate. Note that
> incremental updates are not possible since almost every row will be changed
> in the new file.
You should create indexes after the import. Remember to pump up your memory
settings (maintenance_work_mem) if you want this to be quick.
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