> On Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 09:49:37AM +0200, Ruben Rubio wrote:
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>>>> Last time I had this problem i solved it stopping website, restarting
>>>> database, vacuumm it, run again website. But I guess this is going to
>>>> happen again.
>>>> I would like to detect and solve the problem. Any ideas to detect it?
>>> Do you have very long transactions? Maybe some client that is connected
>>> all the time that is idle in transaction?
>> There should not be long transactions. I ll keep an eye on Idle transactions
>> I m detecting it using:
>> echo 'SELECT current_query FROM pg_stat_activity;' |
>> /usr/local/pgsql/bin/psql vacadb | grep IDLE | wc -l
> If you're using VACUUM FULL, you're doing something wrong. :)
I do a VACUUM FULL VERBOSE ANALYZE each day. I save all logs so I can
check if vacuum is done properly.(it is)
> vacuum frequently enough (better yet, autovacuum, but cut all of 8.1's
> autovac parameters in half), and make sure your FSM is big enough
I checked that there is no warnings about FSM in logs. (also in logs
from vacuum). Is it reliable?
What do u mean for "cut all of 8.1's autovac parameters in half" Maybe
default autovac parameters?
> (periodic vacuumdb -av | tail is an easy way to check that).
I ll keep an eye on it.
> Try a REINDEX. VACUUM FULL is especially hard on the indexes, and it's
> easy for them to seriously bloat.
Reindex is done everyday after VACUUM FULL VERBOSE ANALYZE. I save also
the output averyday and save it into a log, and I can check that it is
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