Thanks for the reply.
I'll try upload the execution plan with Explain (analyse, buffer) for

I'm make an experiment for a scientific research and this is what I
find strange, explaining better, strange HDD performance far outweigh
the performance of an SSD.

Do you think that if you run a VACUMM FULL the performance with the
SSD will be better than a 15Krpm SAS HDD?

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2018-01-14 19:40 GMT-02:00 Justin Pryzby <>:
> On Sun, Jan 14, 2018 at 12:44:00PM -0800, Neto pr wrote:
>> Dear all
>> Someone help me analyze the two execution plans below (Explain ANALYZE
>> used), is the  query 9 of TPC-H benchmark [1].
>> I'm using a server HP Intel Xeon 2.8GHz/4-core - Memory 8GB HDD SAS 320GB
>> 15 Krpm AND SSD Sansung EVO 500GB.
>> I think maybe the execution plan is using more write operations, and so the
>> HDD SAS 15Krpm has been faster.
> The query plan is all garbled by mail , could you resend?  Or post a link from
> To see if the query is causing many writes (due to dirty pages, sorts, etc),
> run with explain(analyze,buffers)
> But from what I could tell, your problems are here:
> ->  Parallel Seq Scan on lineitem  (cost=0.00..5861332.93 rows=100005093 
> width=41) (actual TIME=3.494..842667.110 rows=80004097 loops=3)
> vs
> ->  Parallel Seq Scan on lineitem  (cost=0.00..5861333.40 rows=100005140 
> width=41) (actual TIME=41.805..224438.909 rows=80004097 loops=3)
> ->  Seq Scan on partsupp (cost=0.00..1052983.08 rows=31999708 width=22) 
> (actual TIME=0.033..228828.149 rows=32000000 loops=3)
> vs
> ->  Seq Scan on partsupp  (cost=0.00..1052934.38 rows=31994838 width=22) 
> (actual TIME=0.037..37865.003 rows=32000000 loops=3)
> Can you reproduce the speed difference using dd ?
> time sudo dd if=/dev/sdX of=/dev/null bs=1M count=32K 
> skip=$((128*$RANDOM/32)) # set bs to optimal_io_size
> Or: bonnie++ -f -n0
> What OS/kernel are you using?  LVM?  filesystem?  I/O scheduler?  partitions?
> readahead?  blockdev --getra
> If you're running under linux, maybe you can just send the output of:
> for a in /sys/block/sdX/queue/*; do echo "$a `cat $a`"; done
> or: tail 
> /sys/block/sdX/queue/{minimum_io_size,optimal_io_size,read_ahead_kb,scheduler,rotational,max_sectors_kb,logical_block_size,physical_block_size}
> Justin

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