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Re: Follow up on "Query Execution Plan"
Posted by: Chris Slominski
Date: October 25, 2012 06:15AM

I'll refer to the place where the execution plan changes from 'range' to 'index' as the 'seam'.

The seam in the time range is not constant, but moves forward in time as data is being added to the table. Therefore the seam does not appear to represent a special place in the data or index files, but some offset from the last date stored.

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