Hi everybody,

The python scripts to clean histories, datasets, users etc.. are fine...
However, the records are not really removed from the postgresql database
and as a result, this one gets bigger and bigger with unused records. Ours
is above 1 To after 2 years of production.

Is there a safe way to clean the database from unused records and their
dependencies to reduce it size, without being a postgresql guru ?

Chris
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Christophe Antoniewski


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