In the last episode (Jul 25), Orr, Steve said:
> It's my understanding that MySQL will only use one index per table on
> a given query. For example...
> SELECT * FROM <HUGE_TABLE>
> WHERE <col1> = <val1>
> AND <col2> < <val2>
> AND <col3> > <val3> ;
> If col1, col2, and col3 are indexed the query can only use one index,
> Single index access is a problem when you very large tables. What if
> you have a query with a result set of just 10 rows but there are no
> indexed columns that can limit the result set to < 1 million rows? I
> really need to be able to use multiple indexes in a single table
> query and I don't want to have to perform self joins or create temp
Create a compound index on (col1,col2,col3).