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List of Tables Who Should Read This Book This book is for database administrators and architects who monitor and tune SQL Server instances in order to keep them operating to the maximum possible performance and stability. The book suggests several techniques that can be used for ensuring a performant SQL Server instance. However, the book is not intended to be a step-by-step comprehensive guide. Additionally, it assumes at least intermediate-level experience with SQL Server administration and knowledge of basic database principles i. Chapter 1 discusses the usage of indexes and the derived benefits of using them along with techniques to maintain them healthy in order to ensure performance. Chapter 2 discusses ways of managing log files as well as how to ensure that their growth will not create issues during the execution of heavy set-based operations.
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The way to make a query run faster is to reduce the number of calculations that the software and therefore hardware must perform. Joins: If your query joins two tables in a way that substantially increases the row count of the result set, your query is likely to be slow.
Aggregations: Combining multiple rows to produce a result requires more computation than simply retrieving those rows. It can be especially bad if others are running particularly resource-intensive queries that fulfill some of the above criteria.
Reducing table size Filtering the data to include only the observations you need can dramatically improve query speed. The final query might take a long time to run, but at least you can run the intermediate steps quickly.
Again, this is for making the query run fast so that you can test—NOT for producing good results. Making joins less complicated In a way, this is an extension of the previous tip.
Take this example, which joins information about college sports teams onto a list of players at various colleges: SELECT teams. That means that 26, rows need to be evaluated for matches in the other table.
But if the benn.