Rural Hunter <ruralhunter(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> I have a query like this:
> select a.* from a inner join b on a.aid=b.aid where a.col1=33 a.col2=44
> and b.bid=8
> postgresql selected the index on a.col1 then selected the index on
> b.bid. But in my situation, I know that the query will be faster if it
> chose the index on b.bid first since there are only a few rows with
> value 8.
If you know that and the planner doesn't, maybe ANALYZE is called for.
regards, tom lane
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