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Indexing for <= or >=
Posted by: Joe Koenig ()
Date: February 21, 2012 03:24PM

I'm trying to speed up a query on a database table that has about 2.7 million rows. The issue is really in the fact that the query is using comparison operators:

SELECT * FROM table WHERE low_zip <= '46526' AND high_zip >= '46526' AND scac = 'EXLA' ORDER BY low_zip DESC, high_zip DESC LIMIT 1;

Table engine is currently MyISAM. This table is used almost exclusively for reading.

On very nice hardware (2x quad core 2.66GHz Xeon, 32GB RAM, 15K RPM SAS 6Gb/s RAID 1), this query is taking over 1 second. The issue seems to be with the comparison operators. Does anyone have ideas for how to best index this table and improve the speed?

Thanks!

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Indexing for <= or >= Joe Koenig 02/21/2012 03:24PM
Re: Indexing for <= or >= Peter Brawley 02/23/2012 05:25PM


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