John A Meinel wrote:
> Matthew Schumacher wrote:
 > I recommend that you drop and re-create the temp table. There is no
> reason to have it around, considering you delete and re-add everything.
> That means you never have to vacuum it, since it always only contains
> the latest rows.

Whenever I have a create temp and drop statement I get these errors:

select put_tokens(1, '{"\\\\000"}', 1, 1, 1000);
ERROR:  relation with OID 582248 does not exist
CONTEXT:  SQL statement "INSERT INTO bayes_token_tmp VALUES ( $1 )"
PL/pgSQL function "put_tokens" line 12 at SQL statement

> My one question here, is the inspam_count and inham_count *always* the
> same for all tokens? I would have thought each token has it's own count.
> Anyway, there are a few lines I would change:

No, we get the userid, inspam, inham, and atime, and they are the same
for each token.  If we have a different user we call the proc again.

>     -- create the table at the start of the procedure
>     CREATE TEMP TABLE bayes_token_tmp (intoken bytea);
>     -- You might also add primary key if you are going to be adding
>     -- *lots* of entries, but it sounds like you are going to have
>     -- less than 1 page, so it doesn't matter

This causes errors, see above....

> --    (token) IN (SELECT intoken FROM bayes_token_tmp);
>       EXISTS (SELECT token FROM bayes_token_tmp
>              WHERE intoken=token LIMIT 1);
> -- I would also avoid your intoken (NOT) IN (SELECT token FROM
> -- bayes_token) There are a few possibilities, but to me
> -- as your bayes_token table becomes big, this will start
> -- to be the slow point
> -- Rather than doing 2 NOT IN queries, it *might* be faster to do
>    DELETE FROM bayes_token_tmp
>       WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT token FROM bayes_token
>                          WHERE token=intoken);

I'll look into this.



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