> since he's a cut and paste sql writer, i may have
> jumped the gun since he may be doing everying wrong
> and then complaining pgsql isn't as efficient as a
> wrong to do things. ;-)
> anyway, *if* his point is valid, i'd appreciate input.
With no specifics as to what he was doing, it's impossible to evaluate
whether the complaint is valid or not. I don't say he lied about the
times he observed, but there's no way to tell if it's a stupid query
design, failure to configure/tune the database properly, or a genuine
Postgres performance issue --- much less whether any such issue has
been fixed later.
I would translate the complaint as follows: "I know about SQL Server
and I can't be bothered to learn about Postgres". Pretty much a
self-fulfilling prophecy, eh?
regards, tom lane
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