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Message Posted: Thu, 04 Jan 2001 @ 23:46:13 GMT
...just a couple of thoughts....
Are the PI's on both tables exactly the same? We had a case where CASE SPECIFIC differences caused redistribution (although I did not see evidence in the explain)
The union all preserves duplicate rows which is presumably what you want. Do the duplicates product join creating an answer set larger than you expect? Can you change to a union?
You tried breaking each of the select statements into two components. Can you run a concatenated insert into a temp table to see how the union works:
insert into T1 select * from T2
If you haven;t done this before the key is that the second insert is right next to the semicolon of the first. Teradata treats both inserts as if they are into an empty table so nothing is journaled. I think this acts as a union instead of union all where duplicates are discarded no matter how the table is defined.
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