Michael Monnerie wrote:
> On Freitag 19 Dezember 2008 Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> > You don't need to vacuum or reindex after a cluster; it removes all
> > dead rows (except those that vacuum won't remove anyway)
> OK, but I do not cluster all tables, as it only makes sense for tables
> which get read in some sequential (based on that index) way. For
> completely random accessed tables I skip cluster, and rely on
Right -- I'm just saying that if you cluster a table, you don't need to
vacuum it. Of course, you need to vacuum all the other tables.
> Also, I think pg_toast tables cannot be clustered, right?
Not directly, but if you cluster a plain table, its toast table is
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