Merlin Moncure <mmoncure(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> you can always do this:
> create index performance_creation_date_desc_idx on
> performance(creation_date desc nulls last);
> which will index optimize your sql. Interesting that 'null last'
> fools disallows index usage even when the index was created with
> nullls last as the default.
The problem is that his query needs to scan the index in DESC order,
which means it's effectively NULLS FIRST, which doesn't match the
requested sort order.
regards, tom lane
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