> Hello all,
> Old servers that housed 7.4 performed better than 8.1.4 version...are there
> any MAJOR performance hits with this version???
Are you using the default UNICODE encoding for your databases??
This could potentially translate into a performance hit (considerable?
Maybe, depending on what your applications do)
A related question: why not update to the latest, 8.2.x ??
> I set the postgresql.conf setting to equal that of 7.4 and queries still run
> SLOW on 8.1.4...
Hmmm, I don't think the settings should be the same --- search the
archives for discussions on performance tuning and an informal
documentation of the postgresql.conf file.
> 3) vacuum analyze
Am I understanding correctly that you did this?? Just to double check,
yes, it is *very* important that you analyze the database *after loading
You could probably check the postgres log file to see if there are any
obvious red flags in there.
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