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  • ...tually exist in the file. This page discusses ways to detect and fix such problems. ... as long as the server remains a standby (since it won't use the FSM), but problems will appear on a standby that is promoted to master.
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  • |Fix server restart problem when the server was shutdown during a PITR backup |Allow databases to be moved to different tablespaces}}
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  • ...tually exist in the file. This page discusses ways to detect and fix such problems. ... as long as the server remains a standby (since it won't use the FSM), but problems will appear on a standby that is promoted to master.
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  • ...UUM</code> scans a table, marking tuples that are no longer needed as free space so that they can be overwritten by newly inserted or updated data. See [[In ...o, and adding index bloat. On older systems, there are better ways to free space if you need to, and better ways to optimize tables (see below) so you shoul
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  • into a lot of wasted space. And it's very difficult to reclaim that space if it grows to an unacceptable level.
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  • ...&ie=UTF8&ll=45.420474,-75.696992&spn=0.004842,0.010074&z=17&iwloc=A Google Maps] * Partitioning roadmap
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  • ...ystem's statistics. On UNIX-like systems, add the free+cached numbers from free or top to get an estimate. On Windows see the "System Cache" size in the Wi ...ces, that means you're doing it wrong. The answer to almost all vacuuming problems is to vacuum more often, not less, so that each individual vacuum operatio
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  • === Tablespaces === ...e t2 to be used as a template for a new database created with default tablespace t2
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  • * Address any proposed [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicked_problem Wicked problems] submission will create a new entry. (Eisentraut) That is a tooling problem.
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  • ...btained from the index is valid. In PostgreSQL 9.6 and up, the visibility map file also contains data about which blocks are known to contain only frozen ...esult in data corruption. This page discusses ways to detect and fix such problems.
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  • those system tables in place is a problem. You can't just create the tables and insert data into them in the normal w ''Space-Partitioned GiST access method''
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  • ... entire zone to just be rewritten in a new location on the drive, to avoid problems if there is a power failure in the middle of an update operation (otherwis ====Page Freezing====
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  • ...es. It should only be applied to those index tuples that "separate the key space": high key items at the leaf level, and all page items (both high keys and * Making some heap TIDs part of the key space, participating as an implicit "final column", so that equal index TIDs reli
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  • == Description of the Problem == ...recover free space during VACUUM. On PostgreSQL 9.2, we use the visibility map during index only scans and so these are likely to produce wrong answers.
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  • ...gr.es/m/CAH2-WzkyJCJNzarYYj0HTt0NTUWpKBuEmnUoX8QDA6+XRFE71Q@mail.gmail.com Problem with the stability of ICU locale identifier strings] (pg_collation.collcoll ...tT=RR5Q@mail.gmail.com ICU version downgrades are broken]. Users will have problems with initdb ICU collations here (not just when CREATE COLLATION was used).
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  • Until now, VACUUM FULL was very slow. This statement can recover free space from a table to reduce its size, mostly when VACUUM itself hasn't been run When using automatically generated SQL, such as from ORM (Object Relation Mapping) tools it is possible for the SQL to be sub-optimal. Removing unnecessa
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  • * Address any proposed [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicked_problem Wicked problems] * SQL/JSON in SQL-2016 Standard and our roadmap (Oleg)
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  • * [http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/roadmap.html MySQL Development Roadmap] called [http://dev.mysql.com/doc/falcon/en/index.html Falcon] in order to free themselves from this situation, but
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  • entab converts spaces to tabs, used by pgindent ...at shows the currently unused OIDs. To assign a new OID, pick one that is free according to unused_oids, and for bonus points pick one that is nearby to r
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  • It can be a very big performance problem: the index is mostly ordered, so accessing its records is quite efficient, ...p ([http://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/static/storage-vm.html visibility map]) , which tells it whether the whole content of a (usually) 8K page is visi
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  • * [http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/roadmap.html MySQL Development Roadmap] called [http://dev.mysql.com/doc/falcon/en/index.html Falcon] in order to free themselves from this situation, but
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