Josh from commandprompt.com had me alter the config to have
default_statistics_target = 250

Is this somehow related to what your asking me to do?
I did do an analyze, but have only ran the viw a few times.

Joel Fradkin
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Dawid Kuroczko [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 9:21 AM
To: Joel Fradkin
Cc: PostgreSQL Perform
Subject: Re: [PERFORM] speed of querry?

On 4/14/05, Joel Fradkin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have done a vacuum and a vacuum analyze.
> I can try again for kicks, but it is not in production so no new records
are
> added and vacuum analyze is ran after any mods to the indexes.
> 
> I am still pursuing Dell on why the monster box is so much slower then the
> desktop as well.

First thing:  Do something like:
ALTER TABLE tbljobtitle ALTER COLUMN clientnum SET STATISTICS 50;
make it for each column used, make it even higher than 50 for
many-values columns.
THEN make VACUUM ANALYZE;

Then do a query couple of times (EXPLAIN ANALYZE also :)), then do:
SET enable_seqscan = off;
and rerun the query -- if it was significantly faster, you will want to do:
SET enable_seqscan = on;
and tweak:
SET random_page_cost = 2.1;
...and play with values.  When you reach the random_page_cost which
suits your data, you will want to put it into postgresql.conf

I am sorry if it is already known to you. :)  Also, it is a rather
simplistic
approach to tuning PostgreSQL but it is worth doing.  Especially the
statistics part. :)

   Regards,
       Dawid


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