Re: index skip scan
Date: Tue, 06 Jan 2009 17:19:32 +0100
On 06.01.2009 16:44, jernigam_at_nospam.kochind.com wrote:
> Yes it is a DATE column. I get the same plan with to_date.
And your statistics are of course current and accurate, aren't they?
> I know it doesn't use bind variables. This is a simplified version
> of multiple queries that are in a packaged application. I can't
> change the queries in the app.
So, are you seeing the bad plan with the simplified query or with the real query (or both)? I am not sure what to think of this as there seem to be a lot of details missing.
> I am trying to understand what impacts the cost of index skip scans.
> The 10053 trace shows the cost of the index skip scan as being
You should also be able to determine _why_ it is lower from the trace. It should at least give you an idea.
> I hate to delete the index used by the skip scan, because it is
> probably needed by some other queries.
Did you try an SQL Profile?
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