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Postgres - Optimizing an view dependent on an aggregate function?

I have a table of about 15 million records. Whenever information about a specific charge_id is changed, a new row is added with the current timestamp and the changes. This results in multiple rows ...
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1answer
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Indexed view not being used - SQL Server [duplicate]

I've a query with multiple joins which takes long time to return data for one date. I've created an indexed view on the same. I set all the required options appropriately, while creating view and ...
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IN Clause causes Execution plan to change from Nested Loops to Hash Match

I'm tuning a query and have discovered some behaviour I'm not clear about. If I remove the WHERE IN clause the query runs in 3 seconds instead of 3 minutes. There only 7 rows returned in the ...
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Improving performance of nasty nested-view joins

I have a moderate-sized database spread out over a few tables, the rough architecture is: Input Data (Data ID, Session ID and a few fields of statistical importance) Input File (Data ID and a blob) ...
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1answer
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How to make a union view execute more efficiently?

I have a large table (tens to hundreds of millions of records) that we have split for performance reasons into active and archive tables, using a direct field mapping, and running an archive process ...
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2answers
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Search on part of a column in a SQL Server cross-database view

I'm currently writing an application that interfaces with a 3rd party vendor's SQL Server 2008 database that I only have read access to. We have a separate database that contains cross database views ...
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How do I query this 20 million record view faster?

For a search functionality I am using a view that has the records from all the tables within which I need to search for. The view has almost 20 million records. Searches against this view are taking ...