@Julio Leyva: The table does get vacuumed at the end of the maintenance
tasks; in this case it's not making it that far, of course.
@Scott Marlowe: Truncate isn't an option here, unfortunately.
I'm less concerned with the particular query than with the general question
of when a shutdown could hang like this. I expected this to be possible
when using -m fast, but my understanding was that -m immediate really forced
I'm setting up a test on the user's machine where it will try immediate
first, rather than fast.
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