> greg(at)turnstep(dot)com writes:
> > This is a small patch to allow you to time your queries in
> > psql. Myself and some others have been using it and find it
> > useful for telling how long an actual specific query takes,
> > as opposed to EXPLAIN which just does an estimate.
> Hmm. Is there any value in this now that we have EXPLAIN ANALYZE?
> Microsecond-level timing on the client side seems like a dubious
> proposition anyway ...
FYI, EXPLAIN ANALYZE will appear in 7.2:
test=> EXPLAIN ANALYZE SELECT * FROM pg_class;
NOTICE: QUERY PLAN:
Seq Scan on pg_class (cost=0.00..3.01 rows=101 width=115) (actual
time=0.06..1.97 rows=101 loops=1)
Total runtime: 2.51 msec
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