The strategy selected by the query optimiser to process a query.

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Updating a table efficiently using JOIN

I have a table that has the details of households and another that has the details of all the persons associated with the households. For the household table I have a primary key defined using two ...
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Estimated rows very wrong when using declared variables

I am getting very, very wrong estimates for the clustered index seek step of this query (estimated rows is 8,637,530; actual is 74,723): Declare @StartDate as date = '10/1/2014'; Declare @EndDate as ...
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Why would recompile query hint result in different plan for same adhoc statement after freeproccache?

This is on SQL 2005 SP2, but I suspect this is something that applies to all query hints in general. I've got an adhoc sql statement that gets a different query plan solely because of ...
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Query Plan Different When Using Compiled Values

I have pulled out an execution plan from the plan cache and from the XML pulled out the compiled values. Then I have run the query in SSMS using the compiled values and the query plans are different ...
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Relative cost of two similar queries involving XML columns

I have two queries as shown below which do the same thing. Here xmlcolumn is a column with datatype XML. I use these queries to search for a string anywhere in the XML column. I checked the execution ...
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Understanding MySQL's 'explain'

I have following query with explain: mysql> explain select dd.data from dane dd join test1.tag1 t1 on dd.id = t1.id join test1.tag2 t2 on dd.id = t2.id join ...
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SQl code performance

What measurement do you know if this sql code is efficient based on execution plans? How do you know if this sql code is efficient based on execution plans? SELECT [CustomerID], ...
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SQL Server 2012 Execution Plan

I was reading through Kendra Little's post on www.brentozar.com http://www.brentozar.com/archive/2013/08/query-plans-what-happens-when-row-estimates-get-high/ In the post, Kendra mentioned that she ...
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Execution Plan in Microsoft SQL Server

I have a stored procedure in my database. As per my knowledge it's pre-compiled subroutine. Question 1: If I execute following queries from Hibernate, will database create a separate execution plan ...
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Binding errors with dependent stored procedures

We are getting strange errors on one of our stored procedures. This stored procedure calls other stored procedures & we are getting errors relating to columns that cannot be found in the sub ...
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Query Plan showing missing index warning on trivial statements

I have a Stored Procedure (ReportAdvancedUP) which runs fast (~1sec) in MSSMS but takes a long time (~1.8mins) via our Web Application. I am aware that this usually comes down to bad choice of ...
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Deciding which MySQL execution plan is better

Background: I have a query that I'm trying to speed up, involving 3 tables: omgenvelope has 5 million rows omgcust has 195 rows omginput has 35836 rows I'm obtaining the distinct omginputs ...
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A query executed in a backup of a database is performing better than if executed in the original database

We have two databases with the same data, let's call it Database A which is the original and Database B which is the backup from Database A. A query is performing much better in Database B for example ...
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Execution Plans Query

I want to check the estimated number of rows of a query in MS SQL Server. I can right click on the query and select "display estimated execution plan". but I want to do the exact thing with a hard ...
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Reading a SQL Server Execution plan

I am very new to any type of tuning but have been learning more.. One of my specific databases one of the problems identified with slow queries are a number of Implicit conversions. It is my ...
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Different Execution Plans Picked for Similar Queries

Thank you in advance for reading it. This question is kind of long and need a little patience to read. I will provide as much details as I can to void interference factors to solve this problem. ...
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Print the execution time on messages Pane?

How I can print the execution time of each query on messages Pane? For example the Select * from tbl1 runs for 10 mins then Select * from tbl2 runs for 15mins and so on.. Select * from tbl1 Go Select ...
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What to look for in query execution plans? [closed]

Assuming the query execution is slow, I have collected the xml plan. What should I look for in the actual execution plan. What are the top 10 things I need to watch out for? I know this is a broad ...
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How many LEFT JOINS make a VIEW unusable?

I have a view which involves LEFT JOINS on 20+ tables to a base table but when querying this view and looking at the execution plans I am getting something totally unexpected. For example, with the ...
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Oracle 10g: same query, different plans on copies of the same DB

I have a query joining a number of long tables (primary key in one table, indexed column in another) which results in different plans on different copies of the same database. The structure of copies ...
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Access and filter in oracle plan

I came to a execution plan where oracle choose to access the index but instead of using the columns as predicate it only filter by them. My question is what are the reasons that can cause that(all ...
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Comparing execution plans [closed]

How does the optimizer compare different execution plans of the same query? Let's say we have two complex and structurally different execution plans, how can I know if they are providing the same ...
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Different execution plan for the same query if I change a value in the predicate

I am getting two different execution plans for the same query only by changing the value in the predicate, the first one uses nested loops and the other one hash join which takes a lot longer. ...
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SQL Server Index Scan Actual Executions

I have a fairly complicated query and running it on two databases with same schemas, but with different data produces different result. On database D1 the elapsed time is around 1 second, and the ...
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Query performance and join hints, plan cost, and duration

Having some trouble identifying why a query's duration would decrease when using OPTION (HASH JOIN) or OPTION (MERGE JOIN), although plan cost increases. Background I have a reporting database using ...
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Optimizing a DMV query

I have found a query that is a major performance issue in my environment. I looked at the actual execution plan for this query and found out the main problem is the remote scan (98%). Its remote ...
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What are the OMem and 1Mem columns in the plan output?

The plan output, for example SELECT * FROM TABLE(DBMS_XPLAN.DISPLAY_CURSOR( '' ,NULL,'ALLSTATS LAST')); has the columns OMem and 1Mem. What is their meaning? I could not find any reference or ...
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Index Tuning Question

I have the following query: SELECT T1.ITEMID, T1.ITEMTYPE, T1.PURCHMODEL, T1.HEIGHT, T1.WIDTH, T1.SALESMODEL, T1.COSTGROUPID, T1.REQGROUPID, T1.EPCMANAGER, ...
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same query different servers,different execution plan and time

I have this query and it runs less than 2 minutes on Test but on Prod it takes 10 minutes. Both are the same version,CPU,RAM,OS the same. I have four tempdb files on Prod but one one Test. I ...
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Analize Query in MySQL Server 5.1

I try use MySQL Workbench 6 to analyze the cost, but they don't show the cost of query. How i get this costs?
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Explain difference between insert as select and select

Can someone explain why there is plan difference? Same query, same time the explain plan taken. I understand what happen (different order of getting the data) and how to fix it(move to forall insert ...