On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 2:40 PM, Sabin Coanda wrote:
Hi there,

I am still concerned about this problem, because there is a big differences
between the two cases, and I don't know how to identify the problem. Can
anybody help me, please ?
Sure, first step, if you can provide the following:

pg version
os and version
output of explain analyze of each query (one good query, one bad)

In the meantime, make sure you've vacuum analyzed your db.

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