A class of issues where a database executes a query inefficiently due to the optimiser selecting an innapropriate query plan.

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Is table partitioning improving performance? Is it worth it?

I have just been involved in a project on which I will have to develop a data migration process and a web interface that uses an already existing SQL Server DB. This DB was developed by another person ...
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Big Mysql table optimization

I have a table that I use to cache google translate API answers. Table structure is orig_string and group are indexes Now it has more that 1million rows with 35000 distinct values in group field. ...
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Every query plan statistic says my query should be faster, but it is not

I have a bit of a odd situation. I have two queries that produce the same result, according to SSMS and SQL Sentry Plan Explorer the first query should cost 95% and the 2nd query should cost 5%. ...
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How can I speed up a Postgres query containing lots of Joins with an ILIKE condition

I have an odd problem which I really don't understand. Simply put I have a join containing 4 table joins, which I believe all have appropriate indexes, but which takes a ridiculous amount of time to ...
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Oracle result cache behaviour

Oracle by default caching the query results and function results(Buffer cache). I have noticed this with AutoTrace utility, where the physical reads are huge on first execution, but from next ...
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Get only future records

I have the following query: SELECT master.master_id, master.showname, MIN(CONCAT(shows.show_date, ' ', shows.show_time)) AS first_show_date, MAX(CONCAT(shows.show_date, ' ', shows.show_time)) AS ...
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Is there any way to get the estimate cost of executing a query in MySQL?

In PostgreSQL, EXPLAIN or EXPLAIN ANALYZE will show the estimate cost of executing a query. But EXPLAIN in MySQL doesn't provide this information. How can I get the estimate cost without installation ...
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MySQL query optimization for legacy application

I'm working with a legacy application that started out with little data years ago (developed by a third party custom for this client), and now we're seeing MySQL load skyrocket on this query alone. ...
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Take query results and insert into new table [closed]

So I have the following query: DECLARE @tbl TABLE(value int) *--The same function but with the number of the random numbers ;WITH Nbrs (n) AS ( SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1 + n FROM ...
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Optimized query to fetch a record from 10 million entries

A table has 2 fields | UniqueKey | TimeStamp | ------------------------- | xfsddddq | 1024125412 | | xfstttdx | 1024125413 |< | xfsdxxau | 1024125415 | Estimated, there are 10 million ...
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Tagged questions

I have similar to StackExchange network that utilises tagged questions. In my web application Users also can find questions by tags. The query below returns a set of tagged questions: SELECT ...
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too many entries for one single session and serila# in V$Session_longops

I have a concern with the entries in v$session_longops. I used a query to identify query running from past 25 minutes for sid=62 which is given below: SELECT s.sid, s.serial#, ...
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Poor performance on inner join using dates and between

I am having trouble optimizing a query that does an inner join using a date range. The purposes of the query is take daily data and summarize by week. Select pcw.EndDate WeekEndDate, h.Store, ...
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Query tuning to meet timeout settings [closed]

We have an web app with a 30 second time out on search screens. I've analyzed the original query and added a missing index for one of the query's 9 joins. Other things like expected and actual ...
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Oracle Merge performance

I've a question about the merge performance in oracle. I work in the business intelligence area of a big company and its quite common to have to move millions of records one side to other. The other ...
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Indexes for SQL query with WHERE condition and GROUP BY

I am trying to determine which indexes to use for an SQL query with a WHERE condition and a GROUP BY which is currently running very slow. My query: SELECT group_id FROM counter WHERE ts between ...
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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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Remote scan in OpenXMl

I'm looking for some advice on OPENXML. Specifically, the performance. I am seeing very slow performance on a very small piece of XML. Something about this is causing a Remote Scan. Any ideas on how ...
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optimization of expensive subquery

The following query gets the last report (where latitude and longitude and secs are <> 0) associated with the specified units: SELECT reports.* FROM reports INNER JOIN ...
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High CXPACKET and LATCH_EX waits

I am having some performance issues with a data processing system which I am working on. I have gathered wait stats from a one hour peroid which show a large amount of CXPACKET and LATCH_EX wait ...
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How can I speed up this query on table with 65 million records

select hash_id, hash_value, substring(T.cri, 1, 7), substring(T.cri, 9, D2.Pos-9), substring(T.cri, D2.Pos + 1, D3.Pos - D2.Pos - 1), ...
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Delete millions of rows, fast

I currently have a database with the following structure: id->varchar(9) time->datetime val01 - val20->int(11) val21 - val40->tinyint(1) id and time are the primary key. also I defined an index ...
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Instead of static list, using a table select result for IN key

I use a static list for some queries WHERE clause like WHERE STypeID IN ('12', '13', '14', '265') This list will be changed in the future; new values will be added. When list changed, I don't want ...
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Query causing Database lock problem (php/Mysql) [closed]

hi friends can anyone tell me what is the issue with my query. when i execute, it lock the Database for 5 to 10 minutes, please help me to optimize this query . SELECT u.username, ...
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Firebird query performance with text search, also some numbers

I have situation as follows: I'm having a table OFERTY of 10k+ records, and when I select * from it, I get PLAN (OFERTY NATURAL) Executing... Done. 656 fetches, 0 marks, 0 reads, 0 writes. 0 inserts, ...
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Which one is better way to insert data? [closed]

I have two cases case create proc createEmployee @firstName varchar(255), @lastName varchar(255) = null as insert into Employee_Tbl values (@firstName, @lastName) case create proc ...
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Spatial index not used

I have a table with a geometry column. For one record, there is only one Point stored. A spatial index has been created but queries searching for the nearest location do not use this index resulting ...
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Approximate MySQL Query Time For A Where Clause On A 10 Million Records Table

I'm looking forward to designing a database (in MySQL) but before I start I need to have some calculations to make sure that my application will remain efficient even if there are 10 Million+ rows ...
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How can I improve performance of update query in PostgreSQL

I have a table with about 80 million records. I have added a new attribute (heigth_category) which I want to fill based on another attribute (heigth). If the heigth is between 0 and 6, I want to fill ...
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Performance with IN clause

Does indexed data affect query performance? means If I passed value as 1,2,3,4... in ordered form in any IN clause, can it improve query performance? and what happen in case I pass value randomly ...
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query comes in slow query when log_queries_not_using_indexes is enabled

This query comes in slow query log when log_queries_not_using_indexes is enabled. SELECT a.id, d.id AS city_id, d.city FROM booking a, sub_area_master b, area_master c, city_master d WHERE ...
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Drastic performance difference in View Dependencies between SQL Server 2005 and 2008 R2

Background I am a fledgling DBA who was hired in the middle of a migration from SQL Server 2005 x64 to 2008 R2 x64. We also migrated from a local server to a colo virtual server, and moved some of ...
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How can I optimize this query?

I'm trying to select the time field from five tables and return the oldest time. The userid field in every table is indexed. Here's the query: ( SELECT `time` FROM `eventlog` WHERE userid = ...
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Performance of dynamic SQL Server reporting queries?

I have to build an application that allows the end user to select what columns they want in their report. For this I build a dynamic T-SQL stored procedure. However, there are up to 60 columns ...
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MySQL with slow queries

I have a website running on Wordpress Multisite + Woocommerce with over 5700 users on a Nginx + Apache server. I recently experienced some down time but didn’t get any errors, just a blank page. I ...
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How index work in oracle? [duplicate]

I want to understand : How index work in oracle. How they are stored in the disk. How they increase the efficiency of a query? By third point I means how Index contribute to the efficiency of ...
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Most efficient queries on flags in TSQL: bit field or table join?

Looking for the most efficient database structure for selecting rows from a large table based on one or more true/false values. For example, whether or not a user has opted in to marketing ...
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What is the performance difference between IN (42) and id = 42 in MySQL?

Are there any performance differences between SELECT * FROM table WHERE id IN (42); and SELECT * FROM table WHERE id = 42; ? The question is about just supplying a single value. The ...
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MySQL: What points should we consider when create composite index

There are multiple views behind the logic of creating composite index in a table. Creating composite index is obvious when we have composite primary key. Beside this, we create composite index on the ...
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How should I structure my time based index?

So I have this table in SQL Server 2008. Let's just say it's called TimeSheets. Now, that table has two columns I am concerned with. TimeSheetDate and UserCustomerKey. TimeSheetDate is a ...
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MySQL: Different thread states in Query execution

My MySQL 5.1 bases Intranet system is facing very bad performance during high load. When observe through MonYog, I found below thread states: We can simply understand the different thread state by ...
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Are there advantages to using temporary tables over derived tables in SQL Server?

I read the derived tables have better performance than temporary tables, but anyway many SQL Server developers prefer the second ones. Why? I must do queries with large data (millions records) and I ...
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Query hangs forever at first but works after one day

I have two schemas namely A and B. I regularly copy contents of 10 tables from A to B. Here's is how I do it First I rename the original tables in schema B Then, using SQL Developer I copy the table ...
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How to get query runtime in PL/pgSQL to be as fast as console query runtime?

Basically I want to assign the result of a query to a custom type attribute. However I noticed that querying directly from the PostgreSQL console was about 0.071 ms and inside the function was 0.400 ...
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What is the Difference between IN and Not IN performance wise?

I am new to database.I am having doubt that what is the difference between IN and NOT IN performance wise. When I am using IN, takes less time for the same query(Logically same query) when I use NOT ...
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Request for Help Optimizing a Query in MySQL

I have a query that is being used to report on the number of times a trigger in Zabbix, was fired by an event. For example, an event (not enough disk space) fires a trigger that sends an email to ...
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Improve Insert performance for 200 Million rows

How can the following insert statement be improved - which varies from 20mins on certain days to 70-140mins on most other days. SELECT DISTINCT od.SourceID, od.OrderID, od.OrderLineNo, ...
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Yet another slow query Postgresql 9.3

I'd like to get a count(*) from a relatively small joined table (returned result is about ~30000 rows). I use Postgresql 9.3 so simply getting select count(*) from tasks_task; uses index-only scan, ...
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Comparing Queries

In SQL Server, if you're comparing the statistics IO from two queries, how do you ensure that caching doesn't become a factor? For example (I'm making this up as I type, not a real example): SELECT ...
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T-SQL Optimizing a Join on TOP Value from another table

I've got a data warehouse that goes through a full refresh each night that can take about an hour to process 16 million rows/25gigs of data and we're looking for ways to reduce this time without going ...