Michael Clemmons wrote on 11.12.2009 23:52:
> Thanks all this has been a good help.
> I don't have control(or easy control) over unit tests creating/deleting
> databases since Im using the django framework for this job. Createdb
> takes 12secs on my system(9.10 pg8.4 and ext4) which is impossibly slow
> for running 200unittests.
I wonder if you could simply create one database, and then a new schema for each of the tests.
After creating the schema you could alter the search_path for the "unit test user" and it would look like a completely new database.
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