On 6/13/07, Tyler Durden <tylersticky(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> I've a table with 300 000 records and I'm trying to do a search:
> SELECT * FROM addresses WHERE address ILIKE '%Jean Paul%' AND
> (l_pc='4250' or r_pc='4250') AND (l_struc='O' or r_struc='O') AND
> (prenm ILIKE 'Street')
> It performs in 2 seconds in a dual Xeon 2.4mhz with 2Gb of RAM.
> I'm using Postgresql 8.1 on ubuntu.
> I've indexes on l_pc, r_pc, l_struc,r_struc and prenm (all btrees)
> What I'm doing wrong to have such a slow query?
> Nuno Mariz
Sorry, I've missed an index on l_struc and r_struc.
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