Got it. Thanks for explaining that. Was looking at -S earlier and didn't notice the new -b and @ weight options in 9.6devel.
On Mon, 18 Apr 2016 at 10:54 Fabien COELHO <coe...@cri.ensmp.fr> wrote: > > >> For the future 9.6, scripts options are cumulatives, so -f & -S can be > >> combined. > >> > >> Indeed, for the <= 9.5 it seems that some options are silently ignores, > >> when combining -S/-f, only the last one is kept, it should be warned > about. > > > > Thanks Fabien, for confirming about the missing warning. > > > > Also, by 'combined' I think you mean that both (built-in SELECTs & Custom > > Script) run, although the dev docs don't (yet) say anything about that. > > Hmmm... I think it does implicitely, with "add" and "and" in the > following: > > From http://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/static/pgbench.html: > > -b scriptname[@weight] > Add the specified builtin script to the list of executed scripts. [...] > > Idem -f. > > And later at the beginning of the Notes: > > pgbench executes test scripts chosen randomly from a specified list. > They include built-in scripts with -b and user-provided custom scripts > with -f. > [...] > > -- > Fabien. -- - robins