On Mon, Nov 15, 2004 at 05:55:01AM -0800, jing han wrote:
> and then res = PQexec(conn, "FETCH ALL in myportal");
> to get the data.
> I found when our database has more and more data, res
> = PQexec(conn, "FETCH ALL in myportal"); cost more and
> more time, much more than
If you use just the FETCH ALL, why are you using a cursor in the first
> Then I try FETCH 1 instead of FETCH ALL, no
Are you doing just one FETCH 1 to obtain a single row, or are you
doing the FETCH 1 in a loop so you get all rows? The latter would
be extremely slow in any case... Try fetching smaller blocks, like
maybe 100 rows at a time, and see if that helps.
> I wonder if there is other faster way ( I mean other
> than FETCH ALL command) to get data from database with
> libpq-C, or If you have a patch to make FETCH work
> faster or new release to work better?
Just do a normal "SELECT" without the cursor. This will give you
all the data at once, just like a FETCH ALL.
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