Dave Page <dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org> writes:
> Alvaro Herrera wrote:
>> I think you could get the same effect by putting the -W in PGOPTIONS (in
>> pgbench's environment).
> That's a good point. It does have the downside that it will affect the
> pgbench results - though that wouldn't actually be an issue for what I
> was doing.
Well, if you're attaching a profiler or debugger to a backend, you're
hardly gonna get unadulterated TPS readings from pgbench anyway.
I concur with Alvaro that this case seems adequately covered by
PGOPTIONS="-W n" pgbench ...
which is what I've always used in similar situations...
regards, tom lane
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