Florent Guillaume wrote:


BTrees perform best when keys' prefixes are randomly distributed.
So if your application generates keys like 'foo001', 'foo002',... you'll get lots of conflicts. Same for consecutive integers in IOBTree.

Tempted to call bullshit on this, since there's code in the catalog to specifically assign series of keys...

...of course, that code may be evil, and people with bigger brains (hi Tim/Jeremy/Jim!) would have to comment..

cheers,

Chris

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