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The sub query in the second query it's what's killing you that requires that the sub query needs to be run once per row that's returned by the record set. If you look at the plan it'll tell you how many times each operator is executed. I'll bet that you'll see a high number of executions on some operators of the second query. (I'm on my phone at the moment ...


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There are other parameters that can influence execution plan, like PGA size, number of CPUs, disk I/O speed, different sample sizes when you are gathering statistics, index modifications, different system load, different block sizes and so on and on. Just too many to check them all. You could try sqlTXplain or sql Health Check Oracle's tools to find the ...



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