>> with statistics without statistics
>> case1 0.98 0.01
>> case2 98/0 1/0
> The case2 shows that functional dependencies assume that the
> conditions used in queries won't be incompatible - that's something
> this type of statistics can't fix.
It would be nice if that's mentioned in the manual to avoid user's
>> case3 1.05 0.01
>> case4 1/0 103/0
>> case5 18.50 18.33
>> case6 111123/0 1111123/0
> The last two lines (case5 + case6) seem a bit suspicious. I believe
> those are for the histogram data, and I do get these numbers:
> case5 0.93 (5517 / 5949) 42.0 (249943 / 5949)
> case6 100/0 100/0
> Perhaps you've been using the version before the bugfix, with ANALYZE
> on the wrong table?
You are right. I accidentally ANALYZE t2, not t3. Now I get these
case5 1.23 (7367 / 5968) 41.7 (249118 / 5981)
case6 117/0 162092/0
>> 2) following comments by me are not addressed in the v18 patch.
>>> - There's no docs for pg_mv_statistic (should be added to "49. System
>>> - The word "multivariate statistics" or something like that should
>>> appear in the index.
>>> - There are some explanation how to deal with multivariate statistics
>>> in "14.1 Using Explain" and "14.2 Statistics used by the Planner"
> Yes, those are valid omissions. I plan to address them, and I'd also
> considering adding a section to 65.1 (How the Planner Uses
> Statistics), explaining more thoroughly how the planner uses
> multivariate stats.
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
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