I have a table that is never updated, only INSERTED into. Is there a way
I can prevent vacuum wasting time on this table besides vacuuming each
table in the db by itself and omitting this table?
How feasable would it be to have a marker somewhere in pg that is
"updated since last vacuum" that would be cleared when vacuum runs, and
if set vacuum will ignore that table?
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