David Parker wrote:

We're using postgresql 7.4.5. I've only recently put pg_autovacuum in
place as part of our installation, and I'm basically taking the
defaults. I doubt it's a problem with autovacuum itself, but rather with
my configuration of it. I have some reading to do, so any pointers to
existing autovacuum threads would be greatly appreciated!

Well the first thing to do is increase the verbosity of the pg_autovacuum logging output. If you use -d2 or higher, pg_autovacuum will print out a lot of detail on what it thinks the thresholds are and why it is or isn't performing vacuums and analyzes. Attach some of the log and I'll take a look at it.

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