Tom Lane wrote:
> Jan Wieck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I think I've coded it in a way that if one doesn't use the \usleep 
> > command at all, it will never even call gettimeofday() and use a NULL 
> > timeout in select() as it used to.
> Did you check that the observed performance for non-usleep-using scripts
> didn't change?  If this extra overhead causes a reduction in reported
> TPS rates it would make it hard to compare older and newer tests.

I keep wondering, why is that important?  If you want to compare results
of different PG versions, surely you can run the tests with the newest
version of pgbench?

Alvaro Herrera               
"Those who use electric razors are infidels destined to burn in hell while
we drink from rivers of beer, download free vids and mingle with naked
well shaved babes." (

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