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Re: Reg table design and query performances
Posted by: Øystein Grøvlen ()
Date: May 02, 2016 01:00AM

Rick James Wrote:
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> Wouldn't you want the query to start with the
> table that does the most filtering? That might be
> c and 'Seattle'.

Hi Rick,

You are absolutely right. Especially, since primary key is (user_id, name) so look-ups into the other tables would all be unique.

Øystein Grøvlen,
Senior Principal Software Engineer,
MySQL Group, Oracle,
Trondheim, Norway

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Reg table design and query performances 695 Devrishi Shandilya 04/26/2016 03:02AM
Re: Reg table design and query performances 373 Øystein Grøvlen 04/26/2016 06:02AM
Re: Reg table design and query performances 493 Devrishi Shandilya 04/26/2016 06:16AM
Re: Reg table design and query performances 369 Øystein Grøvlen 04/26/2016 06:35AM
Re: Reg table design and query performances 394 Devrishi Shandilya 04/26/2016 06:50AM
Re: Reg table design and query performances 367 Øystein Grøvlen 04/26/2016 07:04AM
Re: Reg table design and query performances 377 Rick James 04/30/2016 11:46PM
Re: Reg table design and query performances 327 Øystein Grøvlen 05/02/2016 01:00AM


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