I have a table that is accessed by only one transaction. It has 1500 rows
each time that it processes
This transaction. As soon as this transaction ends, it waits 10 seconds and
It has another maximum 1500 rows loaded. .
My question is this: I believe a RowExclusive level lock is acquired 1500
times during each transaction.
Is this true? Is there a way to disable RowExclusive locks and reduce
overhead since only this transaction
Accesses this table. I know there are ways to specify locking levels in
other DBMSs. To page or table levels.
We are currently at version 7.4.5.
Thank you for your time,
Senior Database Administrator
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