> Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 12:08:00 -0800
> CC: pgsql-patches@postgresql.org
> Subject: Re: [PATCHES] Auto-explain patch
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 07:55:53PM +0000, Dean Rasheed wrote:
>>> Dean,
>>> Maybe I missed something obvious here, but how does this patch handle
>>> the situation where people have turned on INTEGER_DATETIMES?
>>> Cheers,
>>> David.
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>> Sorry, I don't understand. I am new to this code, but I can't see
>> how the INTEGER_DATETIMES flag will affect this code. I am using the
>> macros and functions from instrument.h and explain.c for timing,
>> which appear to use gettimeofday() or QueryPerformanceCounter(),
>> coverting the result to a double to report the total time spent
>> running the query.
> It's the double part I don't quite get. Shouldn't that be an int64 in
> the case of INTEGER_DATETIMES?
> Cheers,
> David.

All the times are 64-bit integers (or at least structures with 2 32-bit 
integers in them) until the end, when the elapsed time is converted to a double 
so that the query runtime can be printed out in ms ("Query runtime: %.3f ms"). 
This is the same as EXPLAIN ANALYSE, except in that case it is the total 
runtime ("Total runtime: %.3f ms\n") that gets reported, including 
startup/shutdown trigger times.


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