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I'm comparing some queries, on my particular dataset, between MySQL and Postgres. Is there a Postgres equivalent to MySQL's "RESET QUERY CACHE"?

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From what I understand Postgres doesn't use a query cache. – einstiien Jan 21 '10 at 3:22
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There was a post on serverfault a while ago that covered this topic.

Check this out...

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1216660/see-and-clear-postgres-caches-buffers

I hope that helps.

David

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I think you mean StackOverflow but the information is just as useful either way! – Ken Jan 21 '10 at 3:49

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