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postgres explain plan with giant gaps between operations

I have a postgresql explain plan that seems to have large gaps between the join, sort & filter processes and can't explain (sorry) it. The query is taking an inordinate amount of time and the ...
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explain plan ,joins and optimization

I have to join 6 tables in sql query and each of these tables have 1 join to each of there master tables . Hence i have defined 5 subqueries within a sql query but i am seeing a lot of performance ...
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On which fields to index? Fields queried (WHERE) or fields returned (SELECT)

I have a large MySQL database table (~1 million rows and growing) on an AWS RDS Medium instance: mysql> describe clients; ...
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Large-query optimization: given my “explain” results, what stands out?

I've got a monster query, which runs quite quick in many cases, but in some cases very much slower. The EXPLAIN output below is from one of the slow cases. I'm guessing that the slowdown is related ...
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Does limit impact affected rows or not?

I have this table: CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `usergroups` ( `id` int(11) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `user_id` int(11) unsigned NOT NULL, `group_id` smallint(5) unsigned NOT ...
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Why does MySQL ignore the index even on force for this order by?

I run an EXPLAIN: mysql> explain select last_name from employees order by last_name; +----+-------------+-----------+------+---------------+------+---------+------+-------+----------------+ | ...
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Why isn't the rows of an EXPLAIN accurate?

I have the following table: mysql> select count(*) from employees; +----------+ | count(*) | +----------+ | 10000 | +----------+ 1 row in set (0.03 sec) I do an EXPLAIN: ...
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Query optimization when no row is returned

I am using explain to figure out what is happening in my query which is: explain select t from c where u1_id = 1 group by t; I see "Using where" in the Extra column of the resultset. But this only ...
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Optimizing queries on a range of timestamps (two columns)

I use postgresql-9.1 with ubuntu 12.04. I need to select records inside a range of time: my table time_limits has two timestamp fields and one property integer. Indeed there are other info columns ...