On 10/11/11 01:06, Silvio Brandani wrote:
> the problem was on a big table on query like this:
> select outmessage0_.out_msg_id as out1_0_
> from edi.out_messages outmessage0_, edi.transaction_set_partners
> where outmessage0_.transaction_set_partner=transactio1_.trn_set_prtn_id
> and outmessage0_.status_id='TOSND'
> and transactio1_.legacy_sender_id='ALL'
> and transactio1_.legacy_receiver_id='00004542'
> and outmessage0_.transaction_set_id='INTERNAL_USE'
> order by outmessage0_.out_msg_id
and as linked to there, read:
then try again including all the information you are asked for. In
particular, you have not included EXPLAIN ANALYZE output or any
information about your PostgreSQL version. Failure to provide that
information makes it difficult or impossible to answer your question,
wasting your time and everyone else's.
We don't link to that document just for fun. It's information that is
important to answer questions properly.
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