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Re: Question about Performance of my db design

From: Sean Davis <sdavis2(at)mail(dot)nih(dot)gov>
To: Gustavo <gustavor(at)intercomgi(dot)net>
Cc: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Question about Performance of my db design
Date: 2007-02-19 13:58:16
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Gustavo wrote:
>     Hi
>     I have a question about the performance of my db design . I have
>     this situation:
>     - One schema base containing 20 tables whit data of all users of
>     my system. (These tables will contain a lot of rows (millions)).
>     The data of each user is
>     independent of the rest
>     - One schema per user with a view of the schema base
>     containing only the data of this user.

If there is only one user per schema, you don't need to make views to 
separate users.

>     It is a good design? how efficient Does Postgree manage these big
>     views? 
A view is nothing more than a SQL query made to look like a table.  You 
will need to read about views in the documentation, I think. 

>     In the other hand, i have another idea:
>     - One schema whith the 20 tables and one schema per user whith
>     tables that make inheritance of these.
You will probably need to read a bit about inheritance.  You could use 
inheritance as well, yes.  However, I would do it within one schema.

>     If i do that, i avoid to make views.
>     What design is the best?

Your question was answered in general here:

Basically, you need to decide what suits your needs best.  If 
performance is critical (limiting), then you will need to test to see 
which is the best solution.


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