Hi John, Thanks for your reply. Just to confirm : so truncate table means the space will be reclaim for reuse ???
At 2012-04-04 02:01:59,"John R Pierce [via PostgreSQL]" <ml-node+s1045698n5615977h29(at)n5(dot)nabble(dot)com> wrote:
On 04/03/12 10:49 AM, leaf_yxj wrote:
> --- I amn't sure what's differences between truncate and delete in
> postgresql. Could you do me a favour to tell me about this.
delete has to go through and flag each tuple for deletion so vacuum can
eventually go through and reclaim them for reuse. truncate wipes the
whole table out, including 0 length the files.
john r pierce N 37, W 122
santa cruz ca mid-left coast
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