Matteo Beccati <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Tom Lane ha scritto:
>> Matteo Beccati <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>>> I cannot see anything bad by using something like that:
>>> if (histogram is large/representative enough)
>> Well, the question is exactly what is "large enough"?  I feel a bit
>> uncomfortable about applying the idea to a histogram with only 10
>> entries (especially if we ignore two of 'em).  With 100 or more,
>> it sounds all right.  What's the breakpoint?

> Yes, I think 100-200 could be a good breakpoint.

I've committed this change with (for now) 100 as the minimum histogram
size to use.  Stefan, are you interested in retrying your benchmark?

                        regards, tom lane

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