> I have noted with 2000+ records in a table (using a btree unique index on
> the primary key, btw) performance of a query takes 15+ minutes to respond.
> The query is in the structure of this
> select foo from bar where foo in (select foo from bar where bazzfoo like
Very strange. 15+ minutes? Wow, that is terrible, even longer than a
sequential scan of the table. Try EXPLAIN and tell us what it says in
the two cases.
> Just reporting a possible bug..
> With smaller amounts of records, responce time is within a few seconds.
> Other information you might want:
> postgres version: 6.3
> os: BSDI 3.1
Same OS here.
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