On Oct 18, 2007, at 12:07 AM, Bruce Momjian wrote:
Josh Berkus wrote:
On Wednesday 17 October 2007 21:35, Tom Lane wrote:
Josh Berkus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
I'm writing up the new GUCs, and noticed that
defaults to 5. This is too many for most applications (which
them at all) and far too few for applications which use them
I think the intention was to have enough so you could test 'em (in
particular, run the regression tests) without eating resources for
the majority of installations that aren't using them.
Certainly an installation that *is* using 'em would want a higher
Yeah, given the amount of memory per xact, I guess we can't
actually set the
default higher. I just hate to see a setting that is liable to
on the tuchas so easily.
They will see the failure at 5 faster and adjust it accordingly.
was higher they might hit the limit only under heavy load and it would
Actually, the amount of memory is a reason to default to 0, or change
the name, or put a big comment in the config, because I very often
saw databases where people had set this to a very high value under
the impression that it impacted prepared statements.
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