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Re: What gets cached?

From: Alex Turner <armtuk(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: Martin Nickel <martin(at)portant(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: What gets cached?
Date: 2005-10-21 15:19:10
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Oracle uses LRU caching algorithm also, not LFU.

Alex

On 10/21/05, Martin Nickel <martin(at)portant(dot)com> wrote:
>
> I was reading a comment in another posting and it started me thinking
> about this. Let's say I startup an Oracle server. All my queries are a
> little bit (sometimes a lot bit) slow until it gets its "normal" things in
> memory, then it's up to speed. The "normal" things would include some
> small lookup tables and the indexes for the most frequently used tables.
>
> Let's say I do the same thing in Postgres. I'm likely to have my very
> fastest performance for the first few queries until memory gets filled up.
> The only time Postgres seems to take advantage of cached data is when I
> repeat the same (or substantially the same) query. I don't know of any
> way to view what is actually cached at any point in time, but it seems
> like "most recently used" rather than "most frequently used".
>
> Does this seem true?
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