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Re: Column order in indices (oracle 9.2)

genegurevich

2006-08-01

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Yechiel:

The answers are yes and yes - the index is partitioned locally and I do
have the histograms

thank you

Gene Gurevich



                                                 
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Does Oracle know that you have just 30 rows for this value, i.e. do you
have histograms?
Is the index partitioned?

Adar Yechiel
Rechovot, Israel



genegurevich@(protected):

>Charles,
>
>The query that I'm trying to run (using only the second column in the
>index) should bring about 30 rows out of 1bil
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