Le 30 juin 2009 à 01:34, Greg Stark <gsstark(at)mit(dot)edu> a écrit :
> Basically I disagree that imperfect progress reports annoy users. I
> think we can do better than reporting 250% done or having a percentage
> that goes backward though. It would be quite tolerable (though perhaps
> for no logical reason) to have a progress indicator which slows done
> as it gets closer to 100% and never seems to make it to 100%.
I guess bad stats are such an important problem in planning queries
that a 250% progress is doing more good than harm in showing users how
badly they need to review their analyze related settings.
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