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Re: Index suppression

Jonathan Lewis

2006-08-03

Replies:

If you want a sensible answer to a question like that\
you need to supply (as a minimum):
  The sql statement - showing the modification

  The two execution plans as generated by a
  call to dbms_xplan.display() or by a direct
  query against v$sql_plan - including the
  filter_predicates and access_predicates
  columns.


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----- Original Message -----
From: <genegurevich@(protected)>
To: "oracle-l" <oracle-l@(protected)>
Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2006 9:40 PM
Subject: Index suppression


> Hello everybody:
>
> I stumbled upon a SQL which executes in 20 to 30 sec the way it has been
> written. If I however suppress one index
> by replacing "table1.col1 = table2.col1" with "table1.col1+0 =
> table2.col1", the query executes in under 0.1sec.
> The explain plan shows that in the original version oracle accesses table1
> via a primary key and then reads
> data from the table. In the modified version oracle does a full table scan.
> As the table1 only has 10000 rows,
> full table scan is probably faster than an index read followed by the table
> read.
>
> So I wonder why does oracle optimizer (my version is 9204) insists on using
> the index and how can I force
> it to be smarter. My optimizer_index_costr_adj is 100, which makes index
> as expensive as possible (I think).
> I can't change the multiblock_read_count. Is there anything else I am
> missing?
>
>
> thank you
>
> Gene Gurevich
>
>
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