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Re: Speed with offset clause

From: "Radu-Adrian Popescu" <radu(dot)popescu(at)aldratech(dot)com>
To: "Yves Vindevogel" <yves(dot)vindevogel(at)implements(dot)be>
Cc: pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Speed with offset clause
Date: 2005-06-25 11:42:44
Message-ID: 47992.193.138.218.24.1119699764.squirrel@www.aldratech.com (view raw or flat)
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> I just ran this query
>
> select p.* from tblPrintjobs p , (select oid from tblPrintjobs limit 25
> offset 622825) as subset where p.oid = subset.oid
>

I'm just curious here, from a social point of view. How often do you think
someone will paginate over say 300K rows in steps of 25 ?
The way I see things, pagination is only meant for humans. If someone
really looks at 300K rows then it's really cheaper and makes more sense to
download them/import into spreadsheet program instead of clicking next
12.000 times.
If it's not intended for humans then there's better ways of doing this.

Regards,
-- 
Radu-Adrian Popescu
CSA, DBA, Developer
Aldrapay MD
Aldratech Ltd.
+40213212243

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