Hi Magnus and everyone,
> Are both MySQL and PgSQL Win32 on the same machine, or two different
They are on the same machine.
> Is the machine still pegged at 100% CPU, or is the CPU idle? What about
> the I/O?
Sorry for not mentioning this before - after SP2 installation CPU
utilization has dropped almost to zero. Even task manager consumes more
CPU than both BD's. But the HD activity is still quite high. I can send
perfmon log for CPU/Memory/Network/Physical Disk to anyone who
interested. 5 phases: database setup through psql/idle time/my script
works for a couple of minutes/idle/database restored through pg_restore.
Just 26 kb in bzip'ed form :)
> Does your script run with just one connection, or does it open new
> connections often?
No, sure it creates DB connections on the start. TCPView confirms this -
no connection has been made since the start.
>> Some details on the system - WinXP Pro, P4 2.4Ghz, 1GB RAM, 200GB SATA
>> Seagate drive. I've disabled that firewall thingy and data execution
>> prevention - again, nothing has changed. I'm out of ideas...
> With disable firewall I assume you mean disable completely, and not just
> set "postgres can do whatevever it wants"? If not, disable it completely
I even stopped and disabled the firewall service. Doesn't help much.
> Are you running any antivirus on the machine? If so, try uninstalling
> that too. I've seen AV products behave pretty differently on SP1 and
Tried that as well. Uninstalled TCPView Pro. Removed QoS from network
connections. Still nothing.
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