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Message Posted: Thu, 07 Feb 2002 @ 08:37:06 GMT
My experience is very similar to Matt's.
1. update without join changing 2 mio rows - 1 minute
2. same table, different update with a join changing 2 mio rows - 20 minutes
3. the same as second case but using INSERT/SELECT strategy - 2 minutes
If there was a problem with distribution or stats, 3 would not improve compared to 2.
So the only possible explanation I can see is, that TJ is created differently depending on whether there is a join ivolved or not. Is this true? Otherwise 1 would take the same time as 2, right?
Or is there another explanation?
Does anybody know, what information is inserted into TJ, when an UPDATE is performed?
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