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I have this schema
We have a database structure where all tables have the cols
shop, where the relation is one-company-to-many-shops. So an order table would have the cols
col_c… etc. All queries to suchs table would have a where statement beginning with
company_id = xx AND shop_id = yy... followed by the actual search on specific columns.
I have the following MySQL table:
I am using MySQL 5.6 and try to optimize next query:
I have products stored in a MySQL database, it’s a WordPress website, however my data in stored in custom tables. I need to search for products and I’m currently facing some performance issues that I hope someone could help me or point me a way.
I have a large table of persons that have info about their appearance and skills like age, eye color, hair style, plays piano, etc
When a foreign key constraint is placed on on a MySQL table, an index is automatically added by MySQL for better performance. I’m totally ok with this. It’s all in the docs.
I have a Spring Boot service with a MySQL database (AWS RDS).
I have an
InnoDB table with 750,000 records. Its primary key is a