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Hi
I have Problem, My response time is too Low. Is Any one Know how to improve my response time. My DATABASE SIZE IS 11 GB. I didn’t change any configuration parameter after installing SQL Server. Right my server Having default configuration parameters. Whether I have to change any parameters or not. My queries will generate lot of temporary tables.

Thanks

JK



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SELECT Person_Name.PerNam_Person_Name_PK ,
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Event_Person.EvnPer_First_Name ,
Event_Person.EvnPer_Middle_Name ,
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AND ( Person_Name.PerNam_Event_Person_FK = Event_Person.EvnPer_Event_Person_PK )
and ( Event_Person.EvnPer_Event_FK = Event.Evn_Event_PK )
and (Person_Name.PerNam_Person_Name_PK = 0 or ( Person_Name.PerNam_Event_Person_FK = 581541) )
and ( Person_Name.PerNam_Row_Status <> "D" )




Query plan in SQL 6.5

SQL Server Execution Times:
cpu time = 0 ms. elapsed time = 31250 ms.
STEP 1
The type of query is INSERT
The update mode is direct
Worktable created for REFORMATTING
FROM TABLE
Person_Name
Nested iteration
Index : PK_Person_Name
FROM TABLE
Person_Name
Nested iteration
Index : PerNam_Event_Person_FK
FROM TABLE
Person_Name
Nested iteration
Using Dynamic Index
FROM TABLE
Event_Person
Nested iteration
Index : PK_Event_Person
TO TABLE
Worktable 1
STEP 2
The type of query is SELECT
FROM TABLE
Worktable 1
Nested iteration
Table Scan
FROM TABLE
Event
Nested iteration
Index : PK_Event
SQL Server Parse and Compile Time:
cpu time = 0 ms.
Table: Person_Name scan count 2, logical reads: 6, physical reads: 5, read ahead reads: 0
Table: Event scan count 0, logical reads: 0, physical reads: 0, read ahead reads: 0
Table: Event_Person scan count 0, logical reads: 0, physical reads: 0, read ahead reads: 0
Table: Worktable scan count 0, logical reads: 0, physical reads: 0, read ahead reads: 0
Table: Worktable scan count 1, logical reads: 1, physical reads: 0, read ahead reads: 0

SQL Server Execution Times:
cpu time = 0 ms. elapsed time = 62 ms.



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.................
Table 'Event'. Scan count 1, logical reads 3, physical reads 3, read-ahead reads 0.
Table 'Event_Person'. Scan count 1, logical reads 6, physical reads 5, read-ahead reads 0.
Table 'Person_Name'. Scan count 1, logical reads 4588, physical reads 2, read-ahead reads 4092.

SQL Server Execution Times:
CPU time = 7921 ms, elapsed time = 13519 ms.

SQL Server Execution Times:
CPU time = 0 ms, elapsed time = 13781 ms.

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Phone: (514) 283-8708
Fax: (514) 496-8058
e-mail:: stephen.mandeville@bdc.ca
e-mail home:: alkor@videotron.ca

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