So, are You suggesting, that at the time of full database vacuuming,
some of tables are not vacuumed, when "max_fsm_relations" is to small ?
Thanks for Your fast answer.
Tom Lane pisze:
> =?ISO-8859-2?Q?Adam_Rad=B3owski?= <adamr(at)informatyka(dot)gdansk(dot)pl> writes:
>> PostgreSQL 8.1.3 (windows), 8.1.9 - 8.1.10 (linux).
>> I have databases, what are vacuumed using cron very regularry (vacuumdb
>> -a -f ...) and I know when should do this. Automatic vacuuming is off.
>> There are thousands of tables in one cluster (for ex. 10000). If I do
>> vacuuming manually, I can see the warning:
>> NOTICE: max_fsm_relations(1000) equals the number of relations checked
>> HINT: You have at least 1000 relations. Consider increasing the
>> configuration parameter "max_fsm_relations".
>> But all is working properly.
> Only for small values of "properly". You will be seeing table bloat
> over time if you don't make the FSM large enough.
> regards, tom lane
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