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upgrading postgres from 8.3 to 9.x

    • MessyRabbit
      MessyRabbit
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      Joined: 11.03.2014 Posts: 58
      is it worth it?

      will i notice any sort of performance improvement in terms of import of hands or how fast hud refreshes itself on zoom?

      i have win 7 64bit with ssd running on scsi 2.0
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    • PokerTracker
      PokerTracker
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      Joined: 07.06.2011 Posts: 695
      Originally posted by MessyRabbit
      is it worth it?

      will i notice any sort of performance improvement in terms of import of hands or how fast hud refreshes itself on zoom?

      i have win 7 64bit with ssd running on scsi 2.0
      The differences are miniscule unless you have a significant database size, then you will see some performance increase - but it may not be large enough to notice in some situations.

      https://www.pokertracker.com/faq/PT4#Minimum_Requirements
    • qdlavgg
      qdlavgg
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      Joined: 20.03.2012 Posts: 33
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    • MessyRabbit
      MessyRabbit
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      Joined: 11.03.2014 Posts: 58
      thank you for the answer, very much appreciated

      i checked the link, but it does not answer my question whether the improvement on performance will be worth the trouble

      i most of the time have 2 databases, one for my hands [small one], second one which size is around 80-90 GBs
      and usually i m starting to import to third one, when i will reach this 90gb threshold, slowly discounting the one with 90GB

      that being said usually i m connected to 3 databases and one of them is quite big