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    Quote Originally Posted by mug3n View Post
    Okay, question. In the dump/restore instructions, how do you login as pmx and do all that command jargon? Anyone?
    As far as I can tell from this post,MUG
    You can just use PGAdmin to accomplish a dump/restore,but before dumping you need to make a back up of that DB and store it somewhere outside of SQL.
    That link that refers to dump/restore is quite old 2006!So like I said in previous posts I am very careful about following outdated info like that!

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    Ohhh okay. Yeah that makes sense. I figured there has to be an easier way than entering all that stuff lol. Thanks.

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    I've been doing some research on sql the past day or so.And from what i can tell it really wont matter soon to do alot of the sql performance stuff with the newest version soon to be a full release,it's in a stable beta version now.So I would hold off if you can and wait for 8.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by morny View Post
    Thanks for this, were updating the FAQs at the moment so ill give this a few days and see if theres any more suggestions and ill forward it to the guy we have updating the FAQ, if it drops down over the next week feel free to bump it to remind me to add it

    bump... what is the status of the updated FAQs?

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    They are still being worked on. Morny no longer works for HM. I have taken over his forum responsibilities, and I believe Mike has taken on the bulk of the responsibility for the FAQs. I am starting work on re-writing one of them now, to try and lighten Mike's load. I have no way of knowing an ETA at this point. Mike might be better informed, but not sure if he could give an accurate ETA either yet.
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    Curious how often should someone do these to free up space?

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    I'm really confused how to do the vacuum and stuff. It keeps saying to do these commands...but where/how? Do you just login to postgreSQL? If so how do you do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Apologies View Post
    Curious how often should someone do these to free up space?
    I do maintenance once a month at least.

    Quote Originally Posted by pr0wler View Post
    I'm really confused how to do the vacuum and stuff. It keeps saying to do these commands...but where/how? Do you just login to postgreSQL? If so how do you do that?
    Click the link where it says 'how to do a manual Vacuum'.

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    -8 How to optimize the database size in 3 steps: -1 Vacuum, -2 Reindex, -3 dump/restore
    --8.1 VACUUM: VACUUM Analyse your database regularly (How to do a manual VACUUM)
    --8.2 REINDEX (see 8.1 for instructions, but choose Reindex instead of Vacuum in pgAdmin)
    --8.3 Dump/restore (for advanced users) Step by step how to dump/restore the database
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    Got a question about the solid states,
    The solid state disks are dropping in price now, so it's a nice option.

    The space on them is limited, so which program would you put on the ssd?
    - PostgresSQL + underlying files
    - HoldemManager root map (I noticed it's big)
    - Operating system
    - HH archive (the location to which HEM writes the files after importing).

    Where does the SSD contribute most? (assuming 80 / 120GB)

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    I recommend to put only the Postgresql data folder (the cluster) to the SSD. Leave the rest on a ordinary harddisk
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