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optimizing a select query of 1.5 million entry

I have the following query: SELECT s0_.id, s0_.lowresimageurl FROM app_instagram_shop_picture s0_ FORCE INDEX ( idx_deleted_shopId ) LEFT JOIN app_instagram_shop s1_ ON s0_.shop_id = s1_.id AND ( ...
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Threshold for sort spill and random cardinality estimates

I wanted to test tempdb spill warnings so I run the following script on SQL Server 2014: USE tempdb IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..tblTest') IS NOT NULL DROP TABLE tblTest CREATE TABLE tblTest ( ...
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optimize my query mysql

I have the following query: SELECT DISTINCT d.movieName, d.castName, d.movieImdbId, f.year, f.posterLink FROM director_movie as d LEFT JOIN film_info as f ON d.movieImdbId = f.ImdbId WHERE d.castName ...
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SQL execution 2 seconds with LIMIT parameter, without only 0.2s why?

This is my query and I need to return only 12 rows, but it takes 2 seconds with parameter LIMIT 12 while it takes only <0.2 to process all ~600 results (without LIMIT 12 or with LIMIT 1200 for ...
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PLSQL using cursors or functions to query repeated data

Is it better to declare a commonly used lookup query as a package function or as a function (either returning rows or values or returning a sysref cursor)? Whats the difference? What are the best ...
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optimizing query for slow queries

I have this query in my slowqueries table which essentially is taking about 5-8 seconds to complete the query time: SELECT s0_.id AS id0, s0_.updated AS updated1, s0_.created AS created2, ...
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Performance tuning self-joining MySQL query

I asked a question recently on the correct way to update a table using multiple joins to itself in order to generate the desired values. Updating MySQL innodb table based on multiple joins After ...
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MySQL optimize range duplicate query

I need to eliminate duplicates from a time sheet. I found this solution and have adapted it for my own needs: DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `activity`; CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `activity` ( `id` int(11) ...
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Optimizing SELECT queries

I'm not very experienced with database query optimization. I've been reading through similar questions here and Postgres tuning articles online, but unfortunately I haven't had any luck. Here's what I ...
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Is there a way to force one optimization level in SQL Server?

Based on Paul White's blog, there are three optimization phases in SQL Server, search 0(Transaction Processing), search 1(quick plan) and search 2(full optimization). Each phase has entry and ...
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When is mariadb creating tmp tables?

I have found, that copying to tmp table is taking most of the time of a slow query, that I wanted to optimize. I watched the output of 'profiling' in a terminal. This happens on a pics table with 6000 ...
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Slow postgresql query with pagination and filtering

For the DB in question, I have followed the advice of Pagination Done the PostgreSQL Way That is, results are being paginated on a composite index with a definite sort order. Now, my problem is ...
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Join Operation using index defined?

I need to optimize some queries with several joins. I plan to create some indexes for these queries. I am currently using MariaDB with TokuDB storage engine. Should I expect the indexes for the join ...
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Ascending and descending semi-joins

I was reading about semi-joins for a research paper implementation. i have to select the best way to reduce tables in a distributed environment for a particular query. for that it has 2 different ...
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merge in cursor is slow ,any alternative for that in oracle 11g

we have a requirement like below. we need to update one table A from another table B based on joining criteria. both tables are having porper joining columns. Table A has 2 columns missing_order_cw ...
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Index optimization for table that is truncated every day

I have a bunch of tables in SQL Server 2012. These tables are fed by other tables. Every day there are routines that truncate (fully delete) them and run queries whose result are inserted into them. ...
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Should I drop this column or is there a query that can achieve a results table without duplicate columns?

I use a column named active in several of my database tables to adjust whether a particular entry/row/user/etc should be included in future query result tables instead of deleting the information. ...
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MySQL: What is SQL profiler, does it different for MySQL?

Whenever SQL profiling comes in mind, focus goes to two below sections: GUI tools like - MONyog, Neor Profile SQL set profiling =1; Execute Query; show profiles; show profile; I am really confuse ...
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Get tp.address_from and tp.address_to from travel_point table

I'm building a view for get tp.address_from and tp.address_to but I can't get this works. This is the query I'm working on: SELECT `tp`.`address_from` AS `address_from`, `tp`.`address_to` AS ...
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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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Help optimizing very slow mySQL query

I have a query which takes about 6 secs to execute. SELECT * FROM (SELECT ord.ID, op.name AS prodName, op.code, ord.date, ord.email, op.total, stat.ID AS statusID, stat.value AS status, ...
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60M+ InnoDB table simple query performance HELP

I know it is a repeated question but really need help here. What can I do to improve the performance of this query? Considering that I have no freedom to change system variables/configs :( Thanks in ...
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MariaDB 5.5 vs MySQL 5.7 query optimizers

I have a query that optimizes differently in MariaDB 5.5.37 and MySQL 5.0 and MySQL 5.7. When poorly optimized it takes about 400 seconds to run, but on MySQL 5.7 which optimizes it differently, it ...
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Find the user with closest taste of mine

I trying to write in SQL the following requirement: Each user can rate as much films as they like. (1= I don't like, 5=I love it) And the system should provide to the current user a list of films ...
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Need help in optimizing a Slow Query

I am using userpoints module to provide points for different actions that they do on my site. mysql> desc userpoints; +-------------+---------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | Field ...
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Optimize a query on two big tables

I have a very important query in my system that is taking too long to execute due to huge amount of data on tables. I'm a junior DBA and i need the best optimization I can get for this. Tables have ...
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How to prepare executon plan for given sql query on a server with 4 processors (Oracle database)

4 processors means the query runs in parallel. Select /*+ parallel(4) */ T1.A FROM T1,T2,T3 WHERE T1.A = T2.A AND T1.B=T3.B AND T1.C=T3.C Tables T1,T2 and T3 have 4,8, and 16 partitions ...
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Why query optimizer doesn't use negative filter index

I have a table that has following structure, as you can see, there are one clustered index and two non-clustered indexes, one non-clustered index is IX_ParentId_Include, and another one is ...
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Most efficent DELETE Method

I must choose between three possible DELETE methods in SQL Server. The table: RawData stays at around 500GB. Here is the table: CREATE TABLE dbo.rawData ( rowId INT IDENTITY PRIMARY KEY, ...
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Logical optimization of joins and selections

I am studying query optimization. I have read that it might be preferred to apply relational selections before a logical join operation. Is there a scenario where joining first and then applying ...
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Truncating Table Partitions Containing Data and Global Indexes

I have to truncate a partition (392,000 records) of a table with 20.000.000 records. At the moment, I'm making a truncate table and rebuilding indexes. But the table has 37 indexes and it takes 20 ...
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sql-server optimize query with lots of null checks

I have a query such as: select something from somewhere join stuff on condition join more_stuff on condition where somewhere.sometime is null and somewhere.someone is null and stuff.whatever is null ...
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Set default fields

Is there a way to inform the database that some fields are default (have always the same value) so that I don't need include them in all my queries? Suppose: Select ... where f1=a, f2=b, f3=c, f4=d ...
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MySQL query with order by decreased performance

Here is my schema: CREATE TABLE `UserMst` ( `UserID` mediumint(8) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `EMailID` varchar(50) DEFAULT NULL, `UserName` varchar(20) DEFAULT NULL, `FullName` ...
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SQL query optmization [closed]

This is one thing I have been trying to read from few days. I am not getting any satisfactory explanation anywhere. Tried surfing some blogs and videos in youtube. Appreciate if anyone one can throw ...