PostgreSQL contains some hidden gems which have been around for many years and help to silently speed up your queries. They optimize your SQL statements in a clever and totally transparent way. One of those hidden gems is the ability to synchronize sequential scans. Actually, this feature has been around for 15+ years, but has gone mostly unnoticed by many end-users. However, if you are running data warehouses and analytical workloads, you might have already used synchronized seq scans without actually knowing it.
Reducing I/O for large SQL queries
Before we draw any conclusions, it is necessary to understand the problem we’re trying to solve in the first place. Consider the following scenario: 10 users are concurrently running…
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