At Fri, 15 Jul 2005 14:39:36 -0600,
Ron Wills wrote:

  I just wanted to thank everyone for their help. I believe we found a
solution that will help with this problem, with the hardware
configuration and caching the larger tables into smaller data sets. 
A valuable lesson learned from this ;)

> Hello all
>   I'm running a postgres 7.4.5, on a dual 2.4Ghz Athlon, 1Gig RAM and
> an 3Ware SATA raid. Currently the database is only 16G with about 2
> tables with 500000+ row, one table 200000+ row and a few small
> tables. The larger tables get updated about every two hours. The
> problem I having with this server (which is in production) is the disk
> IO. On the larger tables I'm getting disk IO wait averages of
> ~70-90%. I've been tweaking the linux kernel as specified in the
> PostgreSQL documentations and switched to the deadline
> scheduler. Nothing seems to be fixing this. The queries are as
> optimized as I can get them. fsync is off in an attempt to help
> preformance still nothing. Are there any setting I should be look at
> the could improve on this???
> Thanks for and help in advance.
> Ron
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