Tom Lane wrote:
> Gaetano Mendola <mendola(at)bigfoot(dot)com> writes:
>>it seems that a vacuum full on the whole DB is more aggressive.
> It is not.
> A much more plausible theory is that this is the result of concurrent
> changes to the table. It is clear from the "dead row versions" stats
> that there were concurrent transactions ...
That is the more updated/inserted table, and yes there were some concurrent
transaction but, is it plausible that 82 dead rows were responsible of grab
26000 index row:
INFO: index "ua_user_data_exp_id_user_key" now contains 34438 row versions in 886 pages
DETAIL: 27488 index row versions were removed.
INFO: index "ua_user_data_exp_id_user_key" now contains 34519 row versions in 886 pages
DETAIL: 1362 index row versions were removed.
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