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Re: Full-text search slower than like
Posted by: sricharan vemuri
Date: March 12, 2010 03:29PM

I would suggest using explain for both the queries .. Looks for the column keys and extra when you use explain. If there are no keys used then that's an issue make sure the searches you are making on the columns are atleast indexed. Also if in the extra column if it says using temporary then you need to look on the joins it self and also the where clause.

Another suggestion would be to increase the temp table buffer size. It could also be the configuration of my.cnf file. There are many optimizers available for mysql. If you are using unix server you can use the perl sql optimizer..

Check the link below..
http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=354444.0

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