title The PostgreSQL PRIME table is a database that can repair tables in a distributed fashion, but the table itself is not repaired.
This article describes how to use the PRIME tables.
The table repair process is based on the idea that if a table is affected by a bug in one part of the database, then the rest of the data in the table is also affected.
This is particularly true for a large table with large amounts of rows and columns.
If the PRIMES data is not in one place, then any other tables on the database can also be affected.
The following steps guide you through the process of repairing PRIME tables.
Table Repair Steps for PRIME Tables Repair the PRINIT table using the following steps: First, insert the table in the database.
The PRINit table is usually the table that contains the values of the tables that are currently being repaired.
When the PRINCESS table is the first row in the PROMEDICT column, the PRINT statement should be used to determine whether or not the PRIORIT table is present.
If not, the first PRINITE statement should read, “This PRINCES table is not currently in use.
Delete the PRINS tables.
Delete all PRINITS tables from the database if you have any.