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    Thumbs up Speaking of recreating indexes for performance reasons..


    Well I'm sure this is a rule of thumb for all of you old pros out there, but I was reading the docs on VACUUM and came across this little tidbit from the Postgres website:

    For performance, I would also recommend using the REINDEX TABLE command periodically. It appears that vacuum does not free space from indexes, only from tables. With one query we had, we saw a 50% improvement in speed after doing a REINDEX.

    Tom Burke
    Eppend, Inc.
    http://www.eppend.com/
    Old indexes probably look like swiss cheese.
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    Actually, I didn't know about this one. Thanks for the tip.
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