Honestly, you've got me. It was either comment from Tom Lane or Josh
that the os is caching the results (I may not be using the right terms
here), so I thought it the database is dropped and recreated, I would
see less of a skew (or variation) in the results. Someone which to comment?
Thomas F.O'Connell wrote:
> Considering the default vacuuming behavior, why would this be?
> Thomas F. O'Connell
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> On Apr 25, 2005, at 12:18 PM, Steve Poe wrote:
>> Just a quick thought: after each run/sample of pgbench, I drop the
>> database and recreate it. When I don't my results become more skewed.
>> Steve Poe
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