>>> Now, is the bloat in the tables (which tables ?) or in the
>>> indexes (which indexes ?), or in the toast tables perhaps, or in the
>>> system catalogs or all of the above ? Or perhaps there is a
>>> long-forgotten process that got zombified while holding a huge temp
>>> table ? (not very likely, but who knows).
>>> Use pg_relation_size() and its friends to get an idea of the size
>>> of stuff.
Can anybody give me some advice on the above? I'm not sure where to
start looking or how to start looking
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