> If we have reason to vacuum the relation we do it at
> vacuum_freeze_table_age, not only at autovacuum_max_freeze_age. The
> difference is that the latter triggers a vacuum, while the former only
> changes a partial vacuum into a full one.
> Calling that behaviour unconditionally worse is, err, interesting...

*overall* it's better.  But as far as FREEZE itself is concerned, it's

Josh Berkus
PostgreSQL Experts Inc.

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