[SOLVED] Improve PostgreSQL query performance


When running this query in my server it’s very slow, and I can’t understand why. Can anyone help me figure it out?

    "t_dat"."t_year" AS "c0",
    "t_dat"."t_month" AS "c1",
    "t_dat"."t_week" AS "c2",
    "t_dat"."t_day" AS "c3",
    "t_purs"."p_id" AS "c4",
    sum("t_purs"."days") AS "m0",
    sum("t_purs"."timecreated") AS "m1"
FROM "t_dat", "t_purs"
WHERE "t_purs"."created" = "t_dat"."t_key"
  AND "t_dat"."t_year" = 2013
  AND "t_dat"."t_month" = 3
  AND "t_dat"."t_week" = 9
  AND "t_dat"."t_day" IN (1,2)
  AND "t_purs"."p_id" IN (

Explain Analyze:

HashAggregate  (cost=12252.04..12252.04 rows=1 width=28) (actualtime=10212.374..10212.384 rows=10 loops=1)
  ->  Nested Loop  (cost=0.00..12252.03 rows=1 width=28) (actual time=3016.006..10212.249 rows=14 loops=1)
        Join Filter: (t_dat.t_key = t_purs.created)
        ->  Seq Scan on t_dat  (cost=0.00..129.90 rows=1 width=20) (actual time=0.745..2.040 rows=48 loops=1)
              Filter: ((t_day = ANY ('{1,2}'::integer[])) AND (t_year = 2013) AND (t_month = 3) AND (t_week = 9))
        ->  Seq Scan on t_purs  (cost=0.00..12087.49 rows=9900 width=16) (actual time=0.018..201.630 rows=14014 loops=48)
              Filter: (p_id = ANY ('{4,15,18,19,20,29,31,35,46,56,72,78}'::integer[]))
Total runtime: 10212.470 ms


It is difficult to say what exactly you are missing, but if I were you, I would make sure that following index exists:

CREATE INDEX t_dat_id_date_idx
    ON t_dat (t_key, t_year, t_month, t_week, t_day);

For t_purs, create this index:

CREATE INDEX t_purs_created_p_id_idx
    ON t_purs (created, p_id);

Answered By – mvp

Answer Checked By – David Goodson (BugsFixing Volunteer)

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