I have recently migrated from mysql (5.5.36 MySQL Community Server (GPL)) to MariaDB (10.0.10-MariaDB-1~wheezy), along with switching my cloud hosting provider. Both machines have 2GB RAM and 1GB ...
I have a poorly performing query: SELECT user_id, count(item_id) as count FROM table items WHERE category = 'magazine' AND created_at > 1384754400 GROUP BY user_id ORDER BY count(item_id) desc ...
About a year back I introduced a query which returns a sort of "Customers Also Purchased" data-set. At the time it ran reasonably fast however, as of late it's become very slow, sometimes taking up to ...
Is there any clever way to avoid the performance hit from using group by during fulltext search? SELECT p.topic_id, min(p.post_id) FROM forum_posts AS p WHERE MATCH (p.post_text) AGAINST ('baby ...
I'm trying to tune a relatively simple query: select bt.col1,bt.col2 from bigtable bt join smalltable st on bt.smalltable_id = st.smalltable_id where st.name = 'some name occuring only once in st' ...