OK, I restored the pgsql/data to another server and started up postgres
and this is what I got:
SELECT datname, age(datfrozenxid) FROM pg_database;
datname | age
mail_lxtreme | -2074187459
bp_live | 1079895636
template1 | 1076578064
template0 | -2074187459
mail_lxtreme is a test mail db and I don't care about it. So it could
have been deleted without any worries...
Which databases are a problem? Is it template0 or bp_live and template1?
Tom Lane wrote:
> John Sidney-Woollett <johnsw(at)wardbrook(dot)com> writes:
>>I can restore the file system backup of pgsql/data to another database
>>server and then get the info from pg_database. Or I can import a dump
>>file from 15 minutes before I re-inited the database...
> Importing a dump will tell you nothing at all, as all the data will be
> freshly loaded.
>>What exactly am I looking for though?
> SELECT datname, age(datfrozenxid) FROM pg_database;
> where the second column approaches 2 billion.
> Alternatively, wait a few weeks and note which entries in your live
> database are increasing rather than staying near 1 billion.
> regards, tom lane
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