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  • PK allows null values in progress DB does this reduce performance of SQL statements?

    Hello, Primary Key allows null values in progress database, does this reduce performance of SQL statements?

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  • SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition SP3 Performance

    We have SQL SERVER 2005 SP3 Enterprise 32-bit running on a windows server 2003 Enterprise 32-bit with 32GB of RAM and 8 dual core processors. Our CPU, RAM, and I/O are always through the roof and the application is always running slow. We use AWE for buffer cache the maximum memory is 28GB, the...

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server Plan Cache

    There is a bucket in plan cache with 75 objects in it and it is the same sql statement. Other than using DBCC FREEPROCCACHE what will clear out the cache? Restarting SQL SERVER Service? I use the code below to look up how many plans are in a bucket. SELECT   bucketid,   entries_in_bucket =...

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Will the SQL performance improvements in V6R1 affect QUERY?

    Will the SQL performance improvements in V6R1 affect QUERY? Does QUERY use SQL under the hood?

    Fw15 pointsBadges:
  • Select into vs Insert into in SQL Server

    Hi experts, What is better between Select into vs Insert into in SQL Server when it comes to performance? thx

    DBM10 pointsBadges:
  • SSRS – SQL runs in 1 minute but Reporting Services tuns for 30 minutes

    I have a report whose dataset query that takes approximately 1 minute to run in SQL Management Server. That same query in a Reporting Services report takes aver 30 minutes to run. And it is inconsistent in its behavior since sometimes it will never finish running and error out. When it does run...

    Cvillavicencio35 pointsBadges:
  • slow update Query(Primary Key)

    dear Friends when i run below query its take more than 10 minutes and still running.... update auditdata set TATCallType='12',TATCallUnit='1' from auditdata auditdata inner join Auditdata_sms_12 a_sns on auditdata.ID = a_sns.id auditdata is my original table in above table ID is primary key...

    Mxaxyogesh200230 pointsBadges:
  • understanding and detecting sql performance situation with abnormal 400 shutdown

    Need help in understanding and detecting situation with logical files built for sql rpgle performance and abnormal shutdown. Our system went down due to ups failure. All of a sudden the rpgle sql program is a resource hog because it is not selecting the lf that was built specifically for...

    Modiyooch540 pointsBadges:
  • SQL2005 SP3

    Hi, I recently applied Service Pack 3 to SQL2005 64 bit and my server performance has been very slow since. The statistics have been updated on my databases, but that has not made a difference. Has anyone else experienced such behaviour post SP3 install? Thanks, Lakshmi

    Lmurthy5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL login client not admin

    it is payday and on the client side of our DB there are some login errors, where in SQL do you go to check points of failure?

    Deliverance40 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Restore takes 6-10 minutes to come up in Enterprise Manager

    SQL Restore takes 6-10 minutes to come up in Enterprise Manager. We have a customer with hundreds of sites, and all their servers do the same thing. We had to roll back after an upgrade and we find that when just selecting "Restore Database" it will seem like Enterprise Manager is hung, but...

    Ulukinatme10 pointsBadges:
  • sqldumper

    is sqldumper caused by low memory in computer if not what is it caused by and how do i get rid of it

    Shortfuse455 pointsBadges:
  • Query performance and tuning

    Hi, I wanted know as to what I can do to my query so that it improves in performance.RIght now it it taking 3-4 hrs because of the large no of records in the DB.If i remove the group by and order by clause for the same no of records it is fast but when it does sorting it hangs.But I need to do the...

    Mingley5 pointsBadges:
  • Slow performance for a SQL query

    I have a SQL query I am running, but it is experiencing significant slowdown. The main table - has over 1 million records and a unique key of cusID. It has a one to many relationship with the other two tables mentioned. The query code is as follows: Select customer.cusID,customer.VisitDate,...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Alternative to using a cursor in SQL

    What is the best alternative to using a cursor in SQL if I am suffering from performance issues?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Including a primary key in a nonclustered index in SQL Server 2005

    The query optimizer for SQL Server 2005 is suggesting that we include a primary key as part of a nonclustered index. Is it OK to include that to increase SQL performance?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Why is the query using the index even though the perecentage of unique values is 52%?

    I have a table with no primary key and a non-clustered composite index of two columns. When I look at the number of distinct values (selectivity ratio), the table has a ratio of 52% unique values. I thought an index should be at least 90% unique in order for it to be used. Yet when I run the query...

    Abbi20 pointsBadges:
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