On May 27, 2009, at 11:31 AM, decibel wrote:
>> It does seem somewhat useful to be able to analyze all databases
>> easily from the command-line, but putting it into vacuumdb is
>> certainly a hack.
> So... do we want a completely separate analyzedb command? That
> seems like far overkill.
> Arguably there are yet other things you'd want to do across an
> entire cluster, so perhaps what we really want is a 'clusterrun' or
> 'clustercmd' command?
No one else has commented, so I'm guessing that means no one is
opposed to allowing for vacuumdb to just analyze. If anyone else
objects to this please speak up before I put the final touches on the
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