Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 29. August 2006 11:14 schrieb Andreas Pflug:
>> already pointed out, all win32 installations have it on by default, to
>> take them to the safe side. Disabling it for modules a "retail" user
>> will never launch appears overreacting.
> Well, the really big problem is that autovacuum may be connected to a database
> when you want to drop it. (There may be related problems like vacuuming a
> template database at the wrong time. I'm not sure how that is handled.) I
> think this is not only a problem that is specific to the regression testing
> but a potential problem in deployment. I have opined earlier how I think
> that should behave properly, but we're not going to change that in 8.2.
Don't these issues hit a cron scheduled vacuum as well?
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