On 02/07/2018 09:02 PM, Markus Nullmeier wrote:
One general comment I can already make is that enabling compression
should be made optional, which appears to be a small and easy addition
to the generic WAL API.
The new version of the patch is attached.
In order to control generic WAL
Unfortunately, I faced the use case with RUM index, in which my patch
enormously large time overhead (queries execution time is about 2 or 3 times
slower). Only now I finally managed to limit this overhead by 20% or
it statistically insignificant on my HDD.
On 07/02/18 19:42, Stephen Frost wrote:
>> really useful for my "OUZO" project (a fork of the RUM access method).
> Glad to hear that you're continuing to work on it.
Yes, it will be available on Github eventually.
>> One general comment I can already make is that enabling compression
* Markus Nullmeier (dq...@uni-heidelberg.de) wrote:
> On 07/02/18 18:31, David Steele wrote:
> > This proposal is still in need of review and hasn't really gotten it in
> > the last few CFs.
> > Since the feature does not seem like a good fit for the last CF of PG11
On 07/02/18 18:31, David Steele wrote:
> This proposal is still in need of review and hasn't really gotten it in
> the last few CFs.
> Since the feature does not seem like a good fit for the last CF of PG11
> I am marking it Returned with Feedback.
Is there any chance that
On 1/22/18 4:37 PM, Stephen Frost wrote:
> I'm not really sure why this is still in Needs Review as a review was
> posted and I don't see any follow-up. I've changed this to be Waiting
> for Author.
> * Antonin Houska (a...@cybertec.at) wrote:
>> Oleg Ivanov
On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 4:49 PM, Antonin Houska wrote:
> One more idea:
> I think the metadata (ALIGN_GAP) should be stored separate from the actual
> data so that you can use memcpy() instead of this loop:
> while (i < j)
> charc =
I wonder if the algorithm could be changed to operate with units of 2 or 4
bytes (instead of 1).
Since the algorithm speed is essentially doubled/quadrupled it could yield
a better runtime/compression trade-off.
Does that make sense?
On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 12:43 AM, Oleg Ivanov