Ruben Rubio Rey wrote:
> Greg Quinn wrote:
>> The query is,
>> select * from users
>> which returns 4 varchar fields, there is no where clause
>> Yes, I am running the default postgres config. Basically I have been a
>> MySQL user and thought I would like to check out PostGreSql. So I did
>> a quick performance test. The performance was so different that I
>> thought PostGreSQL was nothing compared to MySQL, but now it seems its
>> just a few configuration options. Strange how the defult config would
>> be so slow...
> - Do u have any indexes? Remove it. To get all rows you do not need it
I wouldn't do that. Postgres needs indexing just like any other database.
It might affect this query but it's not going to help other queries.
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