Re: Does the psql executable support a "fetch many" approach when dumping large queries to stdout? - Mailing list pgsql-performance

From John Beaver
Subject Re: Does the psql executable support a "fetch many" approach when dumping large queries to stdout?
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In response to Does the psql executable support a "fetch many" approach when dumping large queries to stdout?  ("Beaver, John E")
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Ah, you're right. Thanks Hannu, that's a good solution.<br /><br /> Hannu Krosing wrote: <blockquote
cite="mid:1270246688.6482.263.camel@hvost"type="cite"><pre wrap="">On Fri, 2010-04-02 at 16:28 -0400, Beaver, John E
wrote:
...
 </pre><blockquote type="cite"><pre wrap="">I know that the query used here could have been a COPY statement, which I
assumewouldbe better-behaved, but I'm more concerned about the case in which the query is more complex.
</pre></blockquote><prewrap="">
 
COPY can copy out results of a SELECT query as well.
 </pre></blockquote><br /><pre class="moz-signature" cols="72">-- 
John E. Beaver
Bioinformatics Developer
Harvard Medical School</pre>

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