Bupp Phillips <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm very new to Postgresql, so don't beat me up to bad if you see a
> problem, just inform me what I've done wrong.
> I'm use Postgresql 7.2 (PeerDirect's Windows port) on Win2000 384MB
> RAM 10GB of Free space 800 Mhz, using the ODBC driver
> I have a table that has 103,000 records in it (record size is about
> 953 bytes) and when I do a select all (select * from <table>) it
> takes a whopping 30 secs for the data to return!!
> SQLServer on the other hand takes 6 secs, but you can also use what is
> called a firehose cursor, which will return the data in < 1 sec.
> I have done everything that I know how to speed this up, does anyone
> have any advise?

Probably you need to fetch more than one row at a time.
I made that misstake once myself :)


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