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Reindexing the PostgreSQL database on Linux

Reindexing the PostgreSQL database on Linux

Use the reindexing option to clean the index and free up space after you vacuum data on PostgreSQL. You use the script
db_maintenance.sh
to reindex the PostgreSQL database.
To reindex the PostgreSQL database, perform the following steps:
  1. Go to
    <Secure Agent installation directory>/apps/process-engine/data/db/util
    .
  2. To reindex the entire database, run the following command:
    db_maintenance <dbusername> <dbpassword> reindex
  3. To reindex a single table, run the following command:
    db_maintenance.sh <dbusername> <dbpassword> reindex <tablename>
For example, you reindex the 'aeprocesslogdata' table if you run the following command:
db_maintenance.sh bpeluser bpel reindex aeprocesslogdata


Updated August 03, 2020