On Thu, 24 Jan 2002, Jean-Paul ARGUDO wrote:
> Hi all,
> Bruce Momjian wrote an article about Hardware Tuning, on the 8th of
> January 2002, wich is linked from techdocs.postgresql.org
> I am DBA in an Open Source company in Paris, France. I wrote a SGML
> document on Soft Tuning HOWTO. I use this document on every tuning
> session of PostgreSQL customers want.
> I am wondering if you could:
> * tell me if you are interested in this document
> * make a link to my doc (and / or host the document ??)
> * correct posible mistakes of language
> * have an advice on technical subjects (tell me if I say the truth or
> not, if my advices are good or not)=> hackers?
> If you are interested in this little contrib, please tell me, I'll send
> the SGML source of the document.
> I talk about many subjects on HOWTO make a PostgreSQL business databases
> run faster.
> For example (not yet in correct order):
> * indexes
> * datatype
> * btrees / rtrees and sequence based primary keys => index tree balancing
> * vacuum, vaccumdb
> * size of tables
> * making archive tables to empty production tables
> * symbolic links to move tables on different disks
> * index or not index on tables? => litle tables should not often be
> * etc...
> So, I hope this document to become a Cookbook on HOWTO soft tune a
> PostgreSQL database.
> Bruce wrote the HOWTO Hard tune database, I think this could be put
> together to help DBAs.
We'll be happy to host any docs you want to contribute.
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