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Optimizing a CTE query - overhead in inserting into a new table from select statement

I have two tables with the same structure like so (let us call them initial_table1 and initial_table2): tempid name num_records 1 a 2 2 b 2 3 c 2 4 d ...
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Postgres 9.4.1 on Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS fails to install properly

I'm trying to install PostgreSQL 9.4.1 on Ubuntu 14.04.2. I'm using the packages from apt.postgresql.org. The package installs but it fails running pg_createcluster. If I run manually, I get: ...
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Can I Parse and/or include “And” in my SQL Statement for a full text index?

So I have a query that looks at a full text index like this: SELECT * FROM Table1 q INNER JOIN CONTAINSTABLE(Table1,TableField, @Keywords) search ON q.Key = search.[KEY] Now @Keywords ...
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SQL Server vs SOLR (Or any document db)

I have my "customer" data in a normalized sql server database. Getting out the customer data in my app is taking too long. This is because I have to go to 10+ tables to get all the data I need. My ...
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Big lists in a relational DB

I need to store a list of items and that list belongs to a single user. The lists are going to be huge, so this has to be done as efficiently as possible. The lists also have to be modifiable to a ...
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Dummy Objects vs. NULLs: optionality for three-way relationship

In a nutshell, I'm trying to model a relationship and can't decide whether to allow NULLs or to require values and use dummy objects (in place of NULL). Here are the details. I have three classes: ...
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MySQL query INSERT INTO … failed - The Table “x” is full

I apologize if my question is incomplete or noobish, I have extremely limited knowledge of SQL but the boss wants me to figure this one out. Environment: Webmin/Virtualmin | MySQL version 5.1.73 on ...
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Performance Implications of Explicit Collation Conversions across Linked Servers

I locally host host databases from two vendors on two different SQL instances, but on the same network. These servers frequently communicate with each other (through joins and whatnot), so we have ...
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Filegroup design for Document Table for BLOB Storage

I have a table for storing documents as VARBINARY types in my database (I'm not using filestream). My database is setup with only one data file, but I am wondering if there is a benefit to creating a ...
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mysql store search result as new table in memory

I am a novice, and I am wanting to know how to achieve this: 1million plus row in a table. user runs a search, gets some results. I want to store this result in memory in a way, so that user can ...
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1answer
389 views

Query MongoDB collection and find rows from 7 days ago

I have a MongoDB collection called messages and this is an example document for that collection: { "_id": { "$oid": "551943eee4c6acf40fe5a0f2" }, "sender_id": { "$oid": ...
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Duplicate sequence of rows

I have a history table (EnrollmentHistory) used to track changes to another table (Enrollment) in my database. The EnrollmentHistory table is populated by a trigger that fires whenever a change is ...
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Logging the Execution times of dynamically constructed mysql stored procedures

I have a MySQL Server. The MySQL server contains a huge network data collection. The client API's will connect to the MySQL server and execute some dynamically created stored procedures and delete ...
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201 views

What is the term for a “wide”, non-normalized view/query?

A well-designed relational DB schema tends to have a relatively large count of relatively small, normalized tables — a cluster of snowflakes, I think, describes the situation. In order to ...
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2answers
453 views

Vague replication error code 2005

2015-04-07 13:49:53 23758 [ERROR] Slave I/O: error connecting to master 'replication'@master-host:3306' - retry-time: 60 retries: 1, Error_code: 2005 This was after attempting to do a change master ...
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126 views

Squirel SQL uses wrong command for MySQL when renaming a column

I installed Squirel SQL on Ubuntu and a downloaded and put a MySQL driver into the lib folder of the Squirel folder. Then I chose this driver in the "extra class" tab when configuring Squirel MySQL ...
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1answer
291 views

AlwaysOn AG - CPU limitations

I’ve been trying to find out if the same CPU limitations database mirroring has apply to Availability Groups. My guess is that the same limitations exists, given that Availability Groups was built on ...
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165 views

How can you re-synchronize oracle streams automatically?

I have noticed that when a process of oracle streams (e.g. capture/apply/propagate) is stopped or disabled, and at the same time, changes are made to the source and/or destination ...
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1answer
179 views

How to correctly use PostgreSQL to limit multiple and/or concurrent executions of a task

Let's assume you have a task FOO that can be queued once every minute, and a pool of 50 workers that can be paused. The queue is paused for 10 minutes, and 10 FOO tasks are queued. When the queue is ...
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1answer
306 views

jdbc connection string ORACLE , integrated security

we are trying to configure Spotfire to use JDBC connection to ORACLE. We would like it to use integrated security (I call it Active Directory, TIBCO seems to like integrated security). Here is the ...
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2answers
240 views

Get rows where lastLoginTimestamp is in last 7 days

I'm trying to get the rows from a table where lastLoginTimestamp is in last 7 days and I'm doing as follow: SELECT * FROM representative WHERE DATE_SUB(lastLoginTimestamp, INTERVAL 7 DAY) ...
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1answer
578 views

Replication Lag on Postgres AWS RDS Service

We have a single master/single streaming replica Postgres 9.3 db on AWS. The load is not terribly high - this is a development/staging environment. (The production shows similar metrics). Point is the ...
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102 views

Oracle 10.0 package shows INVALID status in reference on oracle 11g on import with IMPDP

I have imported dump of oracle 10 version with tables, procedures and packages to oracle 11g version. While am not facing any issues with tables and procedures, certain body of packages compiles with ...
3
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1answer
131 views

SQL Server Agent maintains thousands of sleeping connections

In a recent monitoring session I noticed that one of our main MSSQL 2014 databases had an increasing number of open connections. It started with more than 1000 open connections, and now after two ...
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2answers
339 views

How to select data in the same table on different rows that are empty?

I use this select on my SQLite database: SELECT attributeX FROM table GROUP BY attributeX HAVING COUNT(attributeY) = 0; My table: attributeX (type integer) | attributeY (type text) ...
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1answer
303 views

Can SQL Server 2008 R2 extended events execute stored procedure or query?

I'm trying to use extended events to track queries that never complete using Event Pairing as a target. (see this question I asked a few days ago). The event pairing target should let me find ...
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1answer
109 views

Merging two Select queries with different where statements

I have this query below in which I am trying to get results for the month and year to date (account balance). SELECT T3.AcctCode, T3.AcctName, SUM(T1.Debit - T1.Credit)* -1 AS 'Balance' FROM OJDT T0 ...
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1answer
77 views

Can statistics affect the query logic instead of performance?

Is it possible that the frequency of rebuilding indexes (which automatically triggers statistics update) can affect the query logic? One of the developers I work with claims that a stored procedure ...
2
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1answer
1k views

How to output more than 4000 characters in sqlcmd

I've made a stored procedure restoredatabase that returns code to restore a database. The output script looks like this: restore database [DB] from disk='F:\FULL1.bak' with norecovery restore ...
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2answers
192 views

How do I rank the total score in order of positions

How do I rank the total_score such that the highest total score has position 1, etc. If 2 or more have the same total score, then they should have the same position CREATE TABLE `scores` ( `id` ...
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1answer
4k views

MySQL Count rows from another table for each record in table

SELECT student.StudentID, student.`Name`, COUNT(attendance.AttendanceID) AS Total FROM student LEFT JOIN attendance ON student.StudentID = attendance.StudentID I am trying to count the last ...
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Which of sys.dm_exec_query_stats columns should I pay most attention?

I'm trying to tune my database and currently staring into sys.dm_exec_query_stats (with actual queries): SELECT SqlText.text, * from sys.dm_exec_query_stats CROSS APPLY ...
2
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1answer
43 views

Is using MySQL views a good translation mechanism?

We want to use a foreign vendor MySQL database, but the whole schema is barely understandable by our development team. We could alter the schema to rename tables and columns once for all, but the ...
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votes
2answers
322 views

Unexpected Implicit conversion in a procedure

I have a procedure like this (simplified): CREATE PROCEDURE test @userName VARCHAR(64) SELECT * FROM member M INNER JOIN order O ON M.MemberId=O.MemberId WHERE M.Username = @userName There is a ...
2
votes
1answer
359 views

Select multiple rows based on date interval from two fields

I am still learning SQL and I would like to do something that I dont know if it is possible. I have a table in which each record has a initial date and a final date. I would like to create I query ...
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1answer
74 views

Replace SQL Server with another DBMS [closed]

In our current application (C#, ASP.NET) we are using SQL Server database. My superiors are planning to move from SQL Server to another database considering the amount of investment involved with ever ...
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mysql connection timeout on small traffic server

How can I set up MySQL so that connections never time out? And how do I even check to see what the current settings for variables such as wait_timeout and interactive_timeout, etc. are? Given that ...
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798 views

System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException (0x80131904): SQL Server detected a logical consistency-based I/O error: incorrect checksum

I am migrating client's database to my hosted environment, the client runs SQL Server 2008 R2, and we run SQL Server 2014. I am stuck on restoring one log file, which left below error message when I ...
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1answer
103 views

SQL Server Query Question

I get the following errors when I execute the below query Error messages: Msg 207, Level 16, State 1, Line 10 Invalid column name 'Name'. Msg 207, Level 16, State 1, Line 10 Invalid ...
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1answer
769 views

MariaDB Galera Cluster (master-master) does sync Tables but no data

I'm currently experiencing some sync-issues on my MariaDB Galera Cluster which is a master-master scenario. I've got everything set up properly and the cluster is syncing the DDL changes flawless. ...
0
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3answers
773 views

MySQL Exporting a query to text file via Cron Job

I'm in the beginning stages of hacking together code that syncs two completely different pieces of software/webware. I'm looking for a way to run a SQL query and output the results to a text file. I'd ...
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1answer
153 views

How to manage many-to-many relationships when there is also a hierarchy among the many?

I have these entities – employee, task, phase, project – and these relationships: project 1:m phase phase 1:m task employee m:m task, phase, project The first two relationships form a ...
1
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1answer
110 views

SSMS Database Node Refresh causes Restore to Fail

I have confirmed via testing that clicking on the refresh icon (one or more times) for the database node of a SQL Server instance being observed in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS 2012) causes my ...
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0answers
64 views

Multiple SQL Server Indexes, which ones to keep?

I am looking at my database that several people have worked on. A particular table is responding slowly when queried on a certain join. I notice some of the parameters of the join are not indexed. ...
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3answers
320 views

MySQL - How do I Calculate an Average Value Over a Period of Time When Only Value Changes are Recorded

I am tracking the sales price of various items, and I would like to calculate the average price of each item over a period of time. My simplified tables look like this: Items ------------------ |key ...
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1answer
121 views

Shorthand for on primary key?

Is there a shorthand for merging rows based on the primary key? For example: MERGE INTO [MyDatabase].[MySchema].[MyTable] AS target USING [MyLinkedServer].[MyDatabase].[MySchema].[MyTable] AS source ...
2
votes
1answer
82 views

Scalable Relational Database Design

I'm designing a web application (using Django) for a client that will need a fairly large database behind it. I've never worked with databases that handle large amounts of data before so I'm hoping to ...
3
votes
2answers
505 views

Copying MySQL Raw Data Files for Master-Slave Replication and GTIDs

I have been developing and running a mysql-based web application (intranet-based) for some time now. I wish to establish a step-by-step sane sequence for creating a slave from the running MySQL ...
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votes
1answer
174 views

what else to enable to make LOAD DATA INFILE work?

Anyone got an idea what to enable to make the LOAD DATA INFILE working? I have the global variable 'local_infile' set to ON, the database is answering queries just normaly, but LOAD DATA INFILE ...
0
votes
1answer
461 views

Automate SQL Server restore from Prod to Dev

I would like to setup an automated restore job which takes the latest timestamp .bak file and restores it into the DEV instance. I currently have a job on the DEV box that uses the UNC path to the ...

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