On 05/17/2016 12:32 PM, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
VACUUM (SCAN_ALL) table_name;
VACUUM (SCAN_ALL); -- for all tables on database
Is SCAN_ALL really the best we can do here? The business of having an
underscore in an option name has no precedent (other than
CURRENT_DATABASE and the like). How about COMPLETE, TOTAL, or WHOLE?
VACUUM (ANALYZE, VERBOSE, WHOLE)
That seems reasonable? I agree that SCAN_ALL doesn't fit. I am not
trying to pull a left turn but is there a technical reason we don't just
make FULL do this?
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