Justin Clift dijo:
> Ran a benchmark against the database, REINDEX'd the tables, VACUUM FULL
> ANALYZE'd, prepared to re-run the benchmark again and guess what?
> The indexes were back on the original drive.
Yes, this is expected. Same for CLUSTER. They create a different
filenode and point the relation (table or index) at it.
I think the separate space for indexes is a good idea. However, and
this is orthogonal, I feel the way REINDEX works now is not the best,
because it precludes you from using the index while you are doing it.
I'm trying to implement a way to concurrently compact the indexes.
I hope to have it for 7.4.
Alvaro Herrera (<alvherre[a]atentus.com>)
Y una voz del caos me hablo y me dijo
"Sonrie y se feliz, podria ser peor".
Y sonrei. Y fui feliz.
Y fue peor.
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