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Myself Mayank. I am a Ph.D. student.
I experimented with Bulk load and COPY.
Loading in COPY was very fast.
However, after COPYing data from a CSV file to PostgreSQL Table. The query
execution took lot of time for 1 of the first 4 queries.
Only this slow query was taking so much time, that even if I had used normal
bulk load, it would have been faster in total.
Then all other Query executions took equal time as it took while querying a
table after the Bulk data load method.
So, I want to know the exact reason what's the issue with COPY.
How exactly they differ? The only thing from the document I could identify
was row security.
But it did not mention anything about indexing. Like, in Bulk load, do
indices(or constraint checks) are created with data loading?
& in COPY it's done after? so when indices are being created that query
Please reply soon with more details or send a link where I can read it in
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