On Mon, 10 May 2004, Anderson Boechat Lopes wrote:
> Hum... now i think i´m beginning to understand.
> The vacuum analyse is recommended to perform at least every day, after
> adding or deleting a large number of records, and not vacuum full analyse.
> I´ve performed the vacuum full analyse every day and after some time i´ve
> noticed the database was corrupted. I couldn´t select anything any more.
Hold it right there, full stop.
If you've got corruption you've either found a rare corner case in
postgresql (unlikely, corruption is not usually a big problem for
postgresql) OR you have bad hardware. Test your RAM, CPUs, and hard
drives before going any further. Data corruption, 99% of the time, is
not the fault of postgresql but the fault of the hardware.
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