On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 5:25 AM, Cédric Villemain <
> 2010/5/25 Chirag Dave <cdave(at)ca(dot)afilias(dot)info>:
> > On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 1:48 PM, Balkrishna Sharma <b_ki(at)hotmail(dot)com>
> >> Hi,
> >> I am increasing the shared_buffer size in postgresql.conf and want to
> >> measure its effect on READ. In essence I want to know if the SELECT
> >> I am firing repeatedly is reading from the buffer or going directly to
> >> disk.
> >> I am expecting the first SELECT to go to disk and the subsequent call of
> >> the same SELECT to read from buffer .
> >> Right now I am just looking at execution time of the SELECTs and trying
> >> conclude. But there should be a direct way to see where the SELECT reads
> >> from.
> > You can also use pg_stat_database view. you can compute cache reads
> > percentage of the total number of reads (cache and physical) between the
> > snapshots using pg_stat_database.blks_hit and
> views does not reflect this exact behavior : hit and read are relative
> to hit shared buffers and request a block (from OS page cache or from
Correct, thats where pgFincore will be usefull.
> > Chirag Dave 416-673-4102
> > Database Administrator, Afilias Canada Corp.
> > cdave(at)ca(dot)afilias(dot)info
> >> How can I accomplish this ?
> >> Thanks
> >> Bala
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> Cédric Villemain 2ndQuadrant
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