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From: Marcin Inkielman <marn(at)wsisiz(dot)edu(dot)pl>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: vacuumdb problem
Date: 2000-07-02 09:01:37
Message-ID: Pine.LNX.4.21.0007021046580.1353-100000@mi.marnnet (view raw or flat)
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Hi!
I have a problem with vacuumdb on one of my tables.

(spiral:3)-[~]$vacuumdb -t osoby -v dziekanat
NOTICE:  --Relation osoby--
NOTICE:  Pages 229: Changed 0, reaped 16, Empty 0, New 0; Tup 4427: Vac 5,
Keep/VTL 0/0, Crash 0, UnUsed 70, MinLen 64, MaxLen
616; Re-using: Free/Avail. Space 18176/2288; EndEmpty/Avail. Pages
1/10. CPU 0.02s/0.00u sec.
NOTICE:  Index osoby_Imię_key: Pages 44; Tuples 4427: Deleted 0. CPU
0.01s/0.01u sec.
NOTICE:  Index osoby_pkey: Pages 15; Tuples 4427: Deleted 0. CPU
0.00s/0.00u sec.
NOTICE:  Rel osoby: Pages: 229 --> 228; Tuple(s) moved: 0. CPU 0.01s/0.00u
sec.
NOTICE:  FlushRelationBuffers(osoby, 228): block 223 is referenced
(private 0, global 1)
FATAL 1:  VACUUM (vc_repair_frag): FlushRelationBuffers returned -2
pqReadData() -- backend closed the channel unexpectedly.
	This probably means the backend terminated abnormally
	before or while processing the request.
connection to server was lost
vacuumdb: vacuum failed


this table is referenced in my db by a tree of FOREIGN KEYs. 

however my db seems to work and I am able to do pg_dump
Rescently, I dumped and restored it and for a few days I was able to
do vacuumdb. Today, the problem is here again.

any ideas?

thanks for any help.


(I use Postgres ver 7.0.2 on Debian Potato/ dual PII  box)


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