On Mon, Nov 30, 2015 at 02:41:02PM +0100, Shulgin, Oleksandr wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 25, 2015 at 9:13 AM, Lukas Fittl <lu...@fittl.com> wrote:
>     On Mon, Nov 23, 2015 at 11:53 PM, Peter Geoghegan <p...@heroku.com> wrote:
>         One specific justification he gave for not using pg_stat_statements
>         was:
>         "Doesn’t merge bind vars in IN()" (See slide #11)
>         I wonder:
>         * How do other people feel about this? Personally, I've seen enough
>         problems of this kind in the field that "slippery slope" arguments
>         against this don't seem very compelling.
>     As someone who runs a little monitoring service thats solely based on
>     pg_stat_statements data, ignoring IN list length would certainly be a good
>     change.
>     We currently do this in post-processing, together with other data cleanup
>     (e.g. ignoring the length of a VALUES list in an INSERT statement).
>     Given the fact that pgss data is normalized & you don't know which plan 
> was
>     chosen, I don't think distinguishing based on the length of the list helps
>     anyone really.
>     I see pg_stat_statements as a high-level overview of which queries have
>     run, and which ones you might want to look into closer using e.g.
>     auto_explain.
> I still have the plans to try to marry pg_stat_statements and auto_explain for
> the next iteration of "online query plans" extension I was proposing a few
> months ago, and the first thing I was going to look into is rectifying this
> problem with IN() jumbling.  So, have a +1 from me.

Is this a TODO?

  Bruce Momjian  <br...@momjian.us>        http://momjian.us
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