On mið, 2006-12-13 at 13:42 -0500, Tim Jones wrote:
> I have a query that uses an IN clause and it seems in perform great
> when there is more than two values in it but if there is only one it is
> really slow. Also if I change the query to use an = instead of IN in the
> case of only one value it is still slow. Possibly I need to reindex this
> particular index?
can you provide us with an EXPLAIN ANALYZE for these 2 cases?
what version pg is this?
does this happen only for a particular single value, or for any values?
I assume you have ANALYZEd the table in question.
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