I just began optimizing my schemas with indexes (pretty late I guess). I never dealt with huge dataset but I'll be soon coping with about 1 to 5 millions rows. Here is the schema I'm using right now ...
I would have thought that databases would know enough about what they encounter often and be able to respond to the demands they're placed under that they could decide to add indexes to highly ...
I am not sure if this question has been asked or not. At least I couldn't find it. I am curious about a primary key in terms of efficiency with data searching and retrieval. This is a hypothetical ...
I use indexes like most developpers do (mostly on... well ! index), but i'm sure there is a lot of subtle way to optimize a database using index. I'm not sure if it is specific to any implementation ...