Greg Stark <gsstark(at)mit(dot)edu> writes:
> Hannu Krosing <hannu(at)skype(dot)net> writes:
>> hel kenal peval, L, 2006-06-03 kell 10:43, kirjutas Jim Nasby:
>>> Might also be worth adding analyze delay settings, ala
ANALYZE already respects the vacuum delay settings.
>> Actually we should have delay settings for all potential
>> (almost-)full-scan service ops, - VACUUM, ANALYSE, CREATE INDEX, ADD
>> CONSTRAINT, maybe more - so that there would be better chances of
>> running those on busy databases without disastrous effects.
> What about UPDATE and DELETE and for that matter SELECT?
This seems pretty silly. The point of the delay stuff is to prevent
background maintenance operations from eating an unreasonable share
of resources compared to foreground queries. I don't see why you'd
put delays into queries --- if your machine is loaded, it's loaded.
I think the existing features are sufficient in this line and that
doing more is just adding complexity for complexity's sake.
regards, tom lane
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