I see nice graphs for each DBT3 query(for example,
http://developer.osdl.org/markw/dbt3-pgsql/42/q_time.png). It seems
they do not come with normal dbt3-1.4 kit. How did you get them?
Maybe you have slightly modified dbt3 kit?
> On 6 Feb, To: tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us wrote:
> > On 5 Jan, Tom Lane wrote:
> >> Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> writes:
> >>> 2) DEVELOP BETTER PLANS FOR "OR GROUP" QUERIES
> >>> Summary: Currently, queries with complex "or group" criteria get devolved by
> >>> the planner into canonical and-or filters resulting in very poor execution on
> >>> large data sets. We should find better ways of dealing with these queries,
> >>> for example UNIONing.
> >>> Description: While helping OSDL with their derivative TPC-R benchmark, we ran
> >>> into a query (#19) which took several hours to complete on PostgreSQL.
> There's a short summary of the tests I ran over the weekend, with links
> to detailed retults. Comparing runs 43 (7.4) and 52 (7.5devel), it
> looks like query #7 had the only significant improvement. Oprofile data
> should be there too, if that'll help. Let us know if there's anything
> else we can try for you.
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