Paul Ramsey <> writes:
>> Whether I get a parallel aggregate seems entirely determined by the number
>> of rows, not the cost of preparing those rows.

> This is true, as far as I can tell and unfortunate. Feeding tables with
> 100ks of rows, I get parallel plans, feeding 10ks of rows, never do, no
> matter how costly the work going on within. That's true of changing costs
> on the subquery select list, and on the aggregate transfn.

This sounds like it might be the same issue being discussed in

                        regards, tom lane

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