>In psql the trick is to use unaligned display mode, else psql itself
>eats a whole lot of time trying to nicely format those 250KB rows:
Even using unaligned display mode (\a) it still takes more than 1
>I surmise that your problem is likewise on the client side,
>weren't very specific about what client code you were using.
>for bottlenecks associated with processing of very wide rows...
Every client I use is affected by the problem.
The main client is a
java program that connects to the db through jdbc. Even writing a
simple program that only performs a select query doesn't solve the
A select query issued using pgAdmin takes the same time and so
does the show data command in pgAdmin
Maybe this is a problem related
to the win32 version of postgres (I haven't tried to run this db under
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