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Oracle SQL performance analysis [message #647524] Sun, 31 January 2016 13:03 Go to next message
gorants
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Hi experts,

I have a scenario,where the query execution is taking more time. here i am not sure if the issue is with bad query or amount of data we have in the DB.

the sql query involves accessing multiple tables and these tables have 1 million rows.

what are the options i have to debug the issue, how to improve the query execution results

can we use query execution plan to see if there are any issues with query? what factors in query execution plan tells if the query has issue.

thanks
Re: Oracle SQL performance analysis [message #647525 is a reply to message #647524] Sun, 31 January 2016 13:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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http://www.orafaq.com/forum/t/84315/
Re: Oracle SQL performance analysis [message #647599 is a reply to message #647525] Wed, 03 February 2016 20:04 Go to previous message
Kevin Meade
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Well, what can we say. Your question is very high level "teach me how to improve query performance?". How many times have we had this and each time then answer is the same... how do you teach people the intricacies of performance in three paragraphs?

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As you can see, learning about performance, and how to tune SQL in particular, has no fast and easy path. Like any set of skills you have to work at learning them. This book reduces 30 years of tuning experience into 30 hours of effort on your part to get started. Not a bad tradeoff for 35$ (10$ if you get the Kindle version). Good Luck. Kevin Meade
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