Csaba Nagy wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-09-27 at 18:08, Edoardo Ceccarelli wrote:
>> How can I configure the vacuum to run after the daily batch insert/update?
> Check out this:
> By inserting the right row you can disable autovacuum to vacuum your big
> tables, and then you can schedule vacuum nightly for those just as
> before. There's still a benefit in that you don't need to care about
> vacuuming the rest of the tables, which will be done just in time.
In addition autovacuum respects the work of manual or cron based
vacuums, so if you issue a vacuum right after a daily batch insert /
update, autovacuum won't repeat the work of that manual vacuum.
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