George Wilk wrote:
> However, it seems as though setting
> my checkpoint_timeout has no effect on checkpoint creation ( I have it
> set to 30 seconds). Forcing checkpoint by running */psql –c CHECKPOINT
> mydb/* doesn’t do the trick either. Checkpoints are created solely
> based on the checkpoint_segments logs reaching their configured size.
There is no such thing as checkpoint creation. Checkpoint timeout means
that at 30 seconds (based on checkpoint_timeout) it will checkpoint
unless it needs to do so sooner.
Joshua D. Drake
> This is not satisfactory in a low transaction volume environment. Any
> hints on how else can I trigger checkpoint?
> Thanks in advance,
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