Robert Treat <> writes:
> In http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.2/static/routine-vacuuming.html it says:
> "The age column measures the number of transactions from the cutoff XID to the
> current transaction's XID. Immediately after a VACUUM, age(relfrozenxid)
> should be a little more than the vacuum_freeze_min_age setting that was used
> (more by the number of transactions started since the VACUUM started). "
> However my results don't seem to bear that out:
I would imagine that your database (or at least some of your tables) are
not yet vacuum_freeze_min_age transactions old.
regards, tom lane