In the performance case the machine was running RedHat AS 2.1. I have posted the
database schema at (obtained from pg_dump -s):
The time to run all the stats procedures dropped through the floor.
refresh_hourly_iud, adl_hourly_iud, rebuild_daily_total etc. There is a python script
that calls the proc once for each hour or day. When running the historical calc job
for a 7 day period back, it would crawl on 7.3.3. We started benching the drive array
and found other issues with the system in the mean time (like the drive array was
giving us 10MB/sec write speed - the guy who set it up did not enable write to cache).
Once it was reconfigured the DB performance did not improve much (bonnie++ was used
to verify the RAID array speed).
On Thu, Sep 11, 2003 at 11:47:32AM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> > As for 7.3.3, the project in question suffered a 10x performance
> > degredation on 7.3.3 which went away when we rolled back to 7.3.2.
> I would like to pursue that report and find out why. I've just gone
> through the CVS logs between 7.3.2 and 7.3.3, and I don't see any change
> that would explain a 10x slowdown. Can you provide more details about
> exactly what slowed down?
> Also, what PG version were you using on the old RedHat 7.2 installation?
> regards, tom lane
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