[Monetdb-developers] TPC-H benchmark about MonetDB

Stefan Manegold Stefan.Manegold at cwi.nl
Thu Jul 15 10:58:14 CEST 2010

On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 04:45:25PM +0800, kun ren wrote:
> Dear everyone,
>    Recently,i am testing the performance of MonetDB. But I want to know the
> time of execution one sql. I type  \t on CLI. and then it returns a
> execution time. But I found that the time include the print resultset time.I
> just only want to know the time of execution ,not include the print time. So
> please tell me what do i do?

If "print time" refers to actually echoing the result to a terminal,
then simply redirect your output to a file (or even /de/null, after you
have verified thet your query indeed produced the correct output),
either by using "\>" in mclient, or by redirecting alll mclient output using
">" in the command line.

If "print time" (also) refers to serialization of the result table,
then store the result into a table, e.g.,

	create table result as ( <your query> ) with data;

If "print time" (also) refers ot actual materialization of the result table,
then only get the size (rowcount) of the result table, e.g.,

	select count(*) from ( <your query> ) as result;

Hope this helps you further.


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