On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 07:35:37PM +0530, Gauri Kanekar wrote:
> We are doing vacuum full every alternate day. We also do vacuum analyze very
VACUUM FULL is making your problem worse, not better. Don't do that.
> We are currently using 8.1.3 version.
You need immediately to upgrade to the latest 8.1 stability and
security release, which is 8.1.11. This is a drop-in replacement.
It's an urgent fix for your case.
> Auto vacuum is already on. But the table1 is so busy that auto vacuum don't
> get sufficient chance to vacuum it :(.
You probably need to tune autovacuum not to do that table, and just
vacuum that table in a constant loop or something. VACUUM should
_never_ "take the site down". If it does, you're doing it wrong.
> Have already tried all the option listed by you, thats y we reached to the
> decision of having a replication sytsem. So any suggestion on that :).
I think you will find that no replication system will solve your
underlying problems. That said, I happen to work for a company that
will sell you a replication system to work with 8.1 if you really want
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