On Thursday 06 April 2006 12:03, Igor Robul wrote:
> I recommend you to follow this rule:
> If it is not broken, then dont fix it.
> In your case I think you better leave all as is.
Actually one of the reasons is I get loads of out of memory errors (and a few
others) during high load. Prob should have mentioned that in my original
e-mail. I'm worried that the Postgres cluster will be corrupted at some
point. There's no evidence it's happened yet but somehow I feel safer
risking the transition than leaving it as it is.
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