I reported a bug about wrong estimated rowcount, and it was resolved.
In changelog (http://www.pgadmin.org/pgadmin3/development.php#changelog)
it is shown as fixed in 1.0.2 (there is line)
"2003-10-23 AP 1.0.2 Fix estimated rowcount". I understood it as the bug
was fixed in 1.0.2.
But when I open my database with a large table, I see in table
properties that number of estimated rows is 8. But when I run query in
psql, it says:
accounting=# SELECT relname, reltuples from pg_class where relname =
relname | reltuples
ip_accounting | 8.88473e+07
When I set option "count rows if estimated less than" to 100, for
example, it begins to count rows immediately after I click on the table.
So, as I see, the bug is not fixed.
Which is the true - in changelog or in binary? I downloaded the binary
after I read message about "pgadmin 1.0.2" released. In Help->About it
says that it is "Version 1.0.2 (28 Nov 2003)".
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