>>>>> "Jordan" == Jordan Henderson <jordan_henders(at)yahoo(dot)com> writes:
Jordan> significantly better results. I would not say it requires
Jordan> considerable tuning, but an understanding of data, storage
Jordan> and access patterns. Additionally, these features did not
Jordan> cause our group considerable administrative overhead.
I won't dispute the specifics. I have only worked on the DB2 engine -
never written an app for it nor administered it. You're right - the
bottomline is that you can get a significant performance advantage
provided you care enough to understand what's going on.
Anyway, I merely responded to provide a data point. Will PostgreSQL
users/administrators care for additional knobs or is there a
preference for "keep it simple, stupid" ?
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