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Re: Speed in V8.0

From: "Thomas Wegner" <tomaten(at)t-online(dot)de>
To: pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Speed in V8.0
Date: 2004-12-25 13:28:41
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Thats was it. Now the speed was ok. Thank you.
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Thomas Wegner
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"Ragnar "Hafsta"" <gnari(at)simnet(dot)is> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
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> On Wed, 2004-12-22 at 00:03 +0100, Thomas Wegner wrote:
>> Hello, i have a problem between V7.4.3 Cygwin and
>> V8.0RC2 W2K. I have 2 systems:
>>
>> 1. Production Machine
>>     - Dual P4 3000MHz
>>     - 2 GB RAM
>>     - W2K
>>     - PostgreSQL 7.4.3 under Cygwin
>>     - i connect to it over a DSL Line
>> 2. Develop Machine
>>     - P4 1800MHz
>>     - 760 MB RAM
>>     - PostgreSQL Native Windows
>>     - local connection 100MB/FD
>>
>> Both systems use the default postgresql.conf. Now the problem.
>> I have an (unoptimized, dynamic) query wich was execute on the
>> production machine over DSL in 2 seconds and on my develop
>> machine, connected over local LAN, in 119 seconds!
>
> has the development database been ANALYZED ?
>
> gnari
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