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Constrain exclusion to fetch latest N rows

I'm managing a table with several million records which are being inserted in real time. A part of my app needs to display the last N inserted records, so at the beginning I just queried for: ...
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How to partition a very large table with limited db space?

I have a very big table. I want to partition it, but I cannot. Database size: 1TB, Free space 200GB Table: Size: 165 columns (row lengh 4216 KB, no LOBs), 500 million rows, 600GB of data. ...
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Recreate Indexes on 1 billion record table

I have a table with over 1 billion records and it has 6 indexes (including Clustered index (ID)). I need to partition this table on a new Clustered index with date column. I have just enough space ...
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Unique Non Clustered Column in Partitioned table

We have partitioned one of our SQL Server tables on a Clustered Index datetime column, we have a Primary key Non-clustered index column with Identity data type and this column is setup as a ...
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Best way to increase no of partition in SQL Server Table

I am maintaining a database with a big big table, which portioned for each month. There is already tens of partition there but its till January 2013, So its time to create new partitions. Can anyone ...
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Large Fact table and partitioning key dilemma

I have fairly large fact table (2 billion records, approx 120 GB). This table is not partitioned and the queries are very slow to respond. I am planning to partition the table and indexes. The table ...
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Does UPDATE INDEXES work for local indexes?

I have two tables in Oracle 11.2. First is partitioned and has local index (non-prefixed): CREATE TABLE table1 (col1 INT, col2 INT) PARTITION BY LIST(col1) ( PARTITION p1 VALUES(1), PARTITION ...
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Is it worth partitioning a Table by single value in Oracle?

Normally, if you have a column you frequently query a table by, you ought to stick an index on it. But is it worth also partitioning a table by this column, if all possible values are known in ...
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SQL Partioning on date, how does it work for future records?

I am setting up a new system and I would like to partition the data for speed. Basically what I would like to do is have one database with all the latest information (e.g. last 3 months). then have ...
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Why am I getting Table scan on a partitioned table query?

I have table Inventory_Break partitioned on IR_ID (int). I also created a non-clustered index for IR_ID on the table. When I run the following: SELECT * FROM dbo.INVENTORY_BREAK WHERE IR_ID ...
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Table partitioning for archiving data

Scenario: two databases: DB_A and DB_Archive with one very big table called tableA. every day, records older than 60 days are deleted from DB_A and moved to DB_Archive mainly to leave thing ...
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Large accounting table, best way to partitioning by two dates

I need to create a log table to stores the connections to out network (last 3 years, after that the log will go into backup). The hardware/software used is proprietary, and for accounting it just call ...