> Seq Scan on log (cost=105832.15 size=699588 width=62)
> There is an index on log table, dt field. The index is b-tree.
> However it doesn't seem to be used. (Of course I have vacuumed it). The
> table has about 2M records. I don't think that Seq Scan is a good idea.
> Also, what if I agregate it on dt field to count(*) or sum some values.
> It would be sequentially scanned, then sorted, then grouped and finally
> agregated, right?
I assume you have vacuum analyze too? It may help.
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