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postgres requires too many times to answers to a query view

Hi, I developing a program using postgres and linux like operating
system. My problem is this:
I have a quite complicated view with roughly 10000 record. When I
execute a simple query like this
"select * from myview"
postgres respond after 50 - 55 minutes roughly. I hope that someone
can help me with some suggestion about reason of this behavior and
some solution to reduce time ti have results. Thank you for your
attentions and I hope to receive some feedback as soon as possible
Jul 19 '05 #1
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