Thanks for comments.
Greg Smith wrote:
> The idea of using pg_rusage_init is a new one though; I hadn't thought the
> CPU usage info was interesting enough to figure out how to collect it.
> The way the patch mentioned above works it would be hard to squeeze it in
> the line usefully for formatting reasons.
"trace_sort" option uses the pg_rusage_init(), so my "trace_checkpoint"
also uses it.
> I don't know what's wrong, but the I/O here is pretty simple: the
> checkpoint wrote some amount of data that you can compute the size of
> easily within the code knowing the block size. That's already done in the
> patch under review.
> If you're interested in this area, you should check out the
> pg_stat_bgwriter feature already in the 8.3 CVS, look through the
> pgsql-hackers archives for the discussion this week on the topic
> "Controlling Load Distributed Checkpoints", and check out the "Automatic
> adjustment of bgwriter_lru_maxpages" patch whose latest version is at
Thanks for the information. I missed that thread.
But I'm not so much interested in huge modification on the checkpoint now.
I need just some information on checkpointing to tune my config by my hand.
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