Query works fast: select SQL_NO_CACHE users.id, users.name from useres left join user_statistics on users.id = user_statistics.user_id where users.is_deleted = 0 group by users.id ...
I am a programmer, dealing with a big table which the following scheme: UpdateTime, PK, datetime, notnull Name, PK, char(14), notnull TheData, float There is a clustered index on Name, UpdateTime ...
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 have a query that is taking a long time to execute (1.13s). The two tables user_articles and articles have around 25,000 records. This is the query: SELECT `user_articles`.* FROM `user_articles` ...
I have a table with about 10 million records. I want to do a simple group by, but it's using a sequential scan and is slow... select run_id, count(*) from result group by run_id; I have an index ...
I have a problem with a very important query in my application. It is very slow when adding group and order to it. So the full query is: SELECT m.id, m.title, m.title_text, ...