Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> writes:
>> Next question is what people think about back-patching into 9.2 so as
>> to eliminate the performance regression vs 9.1.
> 8% is a pretty serious regression, for those of us with applications
> which do a lot of dynamic SQL. As a reminder, many people do dynamic
> SQL even in repetitive, performance-sensitive functions in order to
> avoid plan caching.
Well, of course, people with that type of problem should probably
rethink their use of dynamic SQL when they move to 9.2 anyway, because
that's the case where the new plancache code could actually help them
if they'd only let it.
But anyway, nobody seems to be speaking against back-patching, so
I'll go do it.
regards, tom lane
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