Cluster Management Techniques

This chapter consists of several recipes to c. We shall start this chapter with recipes that show some of the utilities available for creating and dropping databases. We will see how a database and a table can be located on a file system and then see how a schema can be created. We shall also understand the advantages of using schemas, along with the steps involved in assigning the ownership of a schema to a user. We'll then move on to discuss the methods involved in looking at the size of a table and an index in PostgreSQL. 

Over a period of time, database activity may cause objects to grow huge in size. This is the time when we wish to move tables and indexes across different tablespaces to distribute the IOPS ...

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