On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 7:50 PM, bradg <bg4all(at)me(dot)com> wrote:
> Thanks for your thoughtful, detailed response. I also took your warnings to
> heart and resolved the underlying problem in my code without resorting to
> threads. I have both the blocking and nonblocking functions working without
> any issues.
> Except one. Speed.
> When I use the blocking function on a select query for 102 records, the time
> is 0.645284 seconds. When I use the nonblocking version, the time is
> 52.000426 seconds. The application pgAdmin3 takes 1.6 seconds.
> Does that seem right?
It does not. In fact, if you look at the internal libpq code, you'll
notice that they all run through the same internal call -- something
is amiss. What happens when you immediately try to get the result
after sending the query?
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