do you use a VACUUM statement?
2010/11/8 shaiju.ck <shaiju(dot)ck(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> Hi, I have a table employee with 33 columns. The table have 200 records now.
> Select * from employee takes 15 seconds to fetch the data!!! Which seems to
> be very slow. But when I say select id,name from empoyee it executes in
> 30ms. Same pefromance if I say select count(*) from emloyee. Why the query
> is slow if I included all the columns in the table. As per my understanding
> , number of columns should not be having a major impact on the query
> performance. I have increased the shared_buffres to 1024MB, but no
> improvement. I have noticed that the query "show shared_buffers" always show
> 8MB.Why is this? Does it mean that changing the shared_buffers in config
> file have no impact? Can anybody help? Shaiju
> View this message in context: Select * is very slow
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