On Tue, 5 Jun 2001, Tom Lane wrote:
> Oleg Bartunov <oleg(at)sai(dot)msu(dot)su> writes:
> > should be
> > select msg_prt.tid as mid from msg_prt
> > where exists (select idx.tid from idx where msg_prt.tid=idx.tid
> > and idx.did=1 and ( idx.lid = 1207 or idx.lid=59587 ));
> > but this is not a big win.
> Shouldn't be any win at all: the IN expression-list notation will get
> translated to exactly that form.
> > Anyway, what's about original query ?
> IN/EXISTS subqueries suck. This has been true for a long time and is
> going to be true for a while longer, unless someone else fixes it before
> I have a chance to look at it. See if you can't rewrite your query as
> a plain join.
That's why we've moved to GiST and feel fine :-) That query we used in
our old project, now swithing to GiST.
> regards, tom lane
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