Splitting a database table into multiple segments for performance or manageability.

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Does 'update global indexes' not work if the index is already unusable?

I have a partitioned table in Oracle 11g with a PK (global index). If I truncate one of the partitions with ALTER TABLE tbl1 TRUNCATE PARTITION p1; the global index has the status UNUSABLE. If I ...
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Best way to organize compound indexes on partitioned table (date by range)?

I have a table with an auto increment primary key, but in order to use the partition feature in MySQL I had to include the date in the primary key so I would use partition by range using the date ...
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How to check if there is partitions in use in fact tables?

I'm going to take a first look of a large data warehouse with many fact tables. How can I easily check if there is partitions and partition functions in use in these fact tables?
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Top 2 rows per partition from an absolute value date difference

I have a database of security camera footage in a denormalized database. I have Locations which have multiple Cameras which take multiple images. Location + Camera + image capture_date is the ...
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Will enabling row movements on list-partitioned table cause performance problems(oracle 11g r2)

Our incident management system has run for years, and the large quantity of closed incident tickets makes the table rather huge and slows down the search queries. Our database version is oracle 11g ...
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Getting rid of partitioning in Postgresql 9

it turns out that our approach with list partitioning was not the best idea. We have way to much small partitions and a lot of time is wasted on partition choosing by query optimizer. What's the ...
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Oracle tables partition related

Here is my doubt. Is it possible to apply a partition to one table depending in the partitions values of another one? Why I am asking? I have one table where information headers are persisted, and ...
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Logically Horizontale-Partitioned Tables

I have two legacy tables, lets call them TableA and TableB. Both of them fall under the same schema design with identical columns, in other words you can union them directly as one table. The only ...
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Is database partitioning for performance reasons meaningful in virtualized environment? [closed]

When running SQL Server on real hardware partitioning database and placing different partitions with different tables on different hard drives can be beneficial for query performance. Or, to simplify ...
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How to partition an Oracle table with 65 million rows?

The table that needs partitioning contains a list of Components and their Values. So one table is tblComponents. Another is tblFields. Then this table, tblValues, contains the values of the ...
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Where does it make sense to store Indexes for partitioned tables?

Prior to table partitioning, all the indexes were stored on a separate drive, per this question. Now that I partitioned a couple of tables, SSMS is offering to store indexes in the partition scheme. ...
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Reasons against using local indexes

For Oracle 10g and above: except in cases where a local index cannot be used and a global index is needed (e.g. unique constraint), is there any reason to favor a global index over a local index?
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Shrinking old partitions

I have a large partitioned time series table where each partition is stored in it's own file. Since it's time series based partitioning divided by week and I'm only storing data that is new I have ...
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SQL Server 2012 Table Partitioning - Have I done it correctly?

I have a table that stores accounting transactions for what we call "jobs". The table looks like this: ( REGION char(3) JobNumber char(17) SeqNum decimal(5,0) ..... ..... ..... AcctYear decimal(4,0) ...
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How to efficiently swap a portion of a large table's data?

I run an application (price comparison website) where I need to update a pricing table with dozens of millions of rows every day. Basically, every product feed I download from a merchant results in ...
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Script Table Definition in Powershell

I'm writing a powershell to create a duplicate table(in another schema) for the purposes of partition switching*. I'm having problems adding the columns and the clustered column store index. Here's ...
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How does subpartitioning actually work and what physical files are created?

I can't understand how the subpartitioning works in mysql. I am reading the following example: create table invoices ( customer_id int not null, product_id int not null, amount decimal ...
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MySQL 5.6.17 running out of memory when opening table with many partitions

We are currently setting up a MySQL database (version 5.6.17) on an Amazon db.m1.large RDS instance for storing time series data. Each time series property of an object is stored in a separate InnoDB ...
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How to remove a table partition

I would like to remove a partition from a table in a SQL Server 2012 database. The table has a primary key but the partition column is not a primary key. I would also like to keep the data structure ...
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Partitioning a table state

So far I always used date ranges to partition my tables, however now I like to do it by state or a selected list of cities where all others that are not explicitly listed in an "other" partition, is ...
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Adding subpartitions to existing partitioned table

In Oracle 11g, is there a way to introduce subpartitions into an existing partitioned table? I cannot seem to find a combination of EXCHANGE and SPLIT partition that does the right thing. SPLIT will ...
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Partition Function with only one value, what does this effect?

I am currently looking at a database that has been setup by the default installation routine of AppFabric. Looking at the creation scripts I encountered this partition function: CREATE PARTITION ...
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What is a “leaf expression”?

What is a "leaf expression"? Partition-clause expressions are limited in the following ways: Your partition-clause must calculate a single non-null value for each row. You can reference multiple ...
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MS SQL Server 2005 DB backup with partitioned tables to non-partitioned SQL Server 2012

I have a database with several partitioned tables on MS SQL Server 2005 Enterprise, and I have to restore this DB on MS SQL Server 2012 Standard. Since Standard doesn't support partitioning - it's a ...
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Monitor Oracle query plans for PARTITION LIST (ALL)

Is there any way I can monitor all the queries running on an Oracle instance and report which queries are using PARTITION LIST (ALL)? What I'm essentially asking for is a way to automatically ...
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Can a partitioned table span on multiple files across different file groups?

In SQL Server 2008 and above, if a table is partitioned, can it span across multiple files across multiple filegroups? Thanks
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Key lookup partition pruning

I have a query inner joining multiple tables all of which are partitioned and have 10 partitions each: SELECT A.COL1, B.COL2, C.COL3 FROM A INNER JOIN B ON A.ID = B.ID INNER JOIN C ON A.ID = C.ID ...
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Get all partition names for a table

I want to list all the partitions created by dynamic triggers in PostgreSQL 9.1. I was able to generate a count of partitions using this related answer by Frank Heikens. I have a table foo with an ...
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Archive partition before delete it?

I have manage to create an event and with the following scripts could both create and delete the partition. The issue now I need help on how to save the partition before its deleted? Should I use ...
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conversion of high_value to date datatype

I need to comparte the high_value which is of LONG datatype to sysdate which is of DATE datatype. I need to fetch the partition names of all the partitions which is 90 days old. The code is some what ...
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Indexing issues while partitioning with dbms_redefinition

I get an error while doing the redefinition. Following are the steps which I have taken so far: Step 1. Start redefinition DBMS_REDEFINITION.CAN_REDEF_TABLE(v_name, 'T_FDC_TOOLCONTEXT', ...
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Is there a way to write intelligent queries against a merge table in MySQL that represents a bunch of tables partitioned by date?

I have a set of MySQL tables that are partitioned by date, with a merge table representing all of them. For the query I am writing, the results are joined by date, so rows in table A_2012-12-05 will ...
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PostgreSQL 9.1 - Query on VIEWS taking a lot of time

Using PostgreSQL 9.1, we are having problems while executing queries on a VIEW of PostgreSQL. Following is the situation: We have a partitioned Table "buz_scdr" over which we have built a VIEW ...
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What is the “Data partitioned, Shared-Nothing, Parallel Database” solution for PostgreSQL ?

I was looking for a open source parallel database solution. It seems Postgres-XC is a viable solution. However, I don't need the replication. In this case, is there any better solution towards read ...
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How many files should I create for one filegroup and 9 weekly partitions?

I have 9 weekly partitions on one filegroup. How many files do I need to create? There are 3 tables containing 46 million, 16 million and 10 million rows.
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Create multiple files for each file group for table partitioning?

I am partitioning a table by date (month). The server has four drives. The partition scheme is defined as CREATE PARTITION SCHEME ByDate AS PARTITION ByDate TO ( [PRIMARY], [fg2], [fg3], [fg4], ...
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Is there any way to use “like” operator during oracle table partitioning

I am using Oracle 11g database and I have 45 million records. I want to partition the table, but if it's possible for partitioning to support the like operator then it will be much helpful for me. In ...
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MySQL table partition strange behavior (slow query suddenly)

(I asked this question in "stack overflow" and was recommended to ask in here). (MySQL version: 5.6.15) I have a huge table (Table_A) with 10M rows, in entity-attribute-value model. It has a ...
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Paritioning performance for full table scan on non-paritioned index

We have a table in Postgres that we are considering partitioning. We occasionally query an indexed field that is separate from one with the partition key. My question is: Can partitioning the table ...
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SQL Server : ALTER TABLE tablename SWITCH PARTITION 2 to tempempty

Have a sliding partition where I need to remove the trailing partition when they expire. I create an empty table that matches the existing table. When I create the empty table, I specify the file ...
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Are there any inherently non-partitionable datasets?

Are there any practical datasets that, by their nature, cannot be partitioned in any practical way? I am wondering about this because such datasets would be ill-suited to scaling out on commodity ...
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Modulus calculation for compound primary keys in MySQL Cluster (and other sharded databases)

In MySQL Cluster, and generally in sharded databases, how is a compound primary key's modulus calculated? Say, for example, there are two tables that have primary keys like so: CREATE TABLE Orders ...
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Snapshotting Database Tables

I have a reporting database (in SQL Server) that takes nightly snapshots of the production data (Oracle) for users to query against for the next day, but now the requirement is getting to be that they ...
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Mysql, sql server, oracle tables get too large [closed]

I hear a lot about things that, it is a lot cheaper to buy new harddisk than pay staff to come up with genius ideas how to save resources. But what I don't understand, is how these databases handle a ...
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Postgres - Partitioning old tables, partition query planning, optimisation

I've been trying to optimise our database, but not being a DBA and not having done a whole lot of tuning before I'm struggling a little with "too many options". I've already run pg_tune and bumped a ...
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Incorrect information in .frm file after a power outage?

CentOS release 6.3 (Final) x86_64 mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.31, for Linux (x86_64) using readline 5.1 SHOW SLAVE STATUS\G: Slave_IO_Running: Yes Slave_SQL_Running: No ...
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How do I configure MySQL to store specific entire InnoDB tables on a different drive in Windows ( Server )?

After skimming the MySQL ( 5.5 ) docs on Partitioning, that seems to deal with breaking parts of the same table off onto other drives. I'm struggling to find information on how I pinpoint an ...
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How to take partitions or filegroups out of service [migration] [duplicate]

I'm an experienced SQL Server DBA but new to partitioning, and a had a couple of questions. Using SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition. I've inherited a large customer metrics database that grows by ...
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How do I remove partitioning?

There is a table my_table which has not been created any partition in MySQL 5.6. And I'm trying to create partitions by procedure in my_table, when I run this code: alter table my_table remove ...
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MySQL Partitions

I've done a lot of work with MySQL but generally on a much smaller scale than this, so please excuse my ignorance. We've got an InnoDB table which is currently storing ~3.5 million rows, which I know ...