On 07/19/2012 07:33 AM, Felix Scheicher wrote:
> Hi, I am running a 9.1 server at Ubuntu. When I upgraded to the current version
> I did a pg_dump followed by pg_restore and found that the db was much faster.
> But slowed down again after two days. I did the dump-restore again and could now
> compare the two (actually identical) databases. This is a query of the old one
> directly after a VACUUM ANALYSE:
> No matter how much I vacuum or analyse the slow db, I don't get it faster.
> I also checked for dead tuples - there are none.
Try running CLUSTER on the relevant tables and see if it makes a
difference. If it does you might want to look into using pg_reorg
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