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From "david.wery" <david.w...@calysis.be>
Subject Re: Re: PostgreSQL PersistenceManager disk space (pg_toast)
Date Tue, 05 Feb 2013 16:02:29 GMT
Thanks for all the replies and sorry for the answer delay!

Well, I'm using a datastore for storing the binaries on the filesystem and
this is exactly the main/strange point. Jackrabbit seems to store the
binaries into the datastore (filesystem) AND on PostgreSQL :-/ This is why
the PostgreSQL database grows at the exact same speed and size as the
filesystem.

So to summarize, I'm using a datastore (minRecordLength of 100) and my PDF
size are from 20 Ko to 1Mo. I would like to avoid PostgreSQL database to
grow up without any reason (pg_toast.pg_toast table).

Thanks !



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