At 07:00 AM 1/13/2010, F.A.I.Z.A.L wrote:
>ATX_Status.Status like '%running%' or ATX_Status.Status like '%queued%' or
>ATX_Status.Status like '%migrating%' or ATX_Status.Status like '%loading%'
>ATX_Status.Status like '%configuring%' or ATX_Status.Status like
It looks like it is doing a full table scan on ATX_Status because you have
started the comparison value with '%....'. It would be faster if you could
do an exact match. Try replacing this "( )" part of the Where clause
with just " (ATX_Status.Status = 'xxxx')"
where xxxx is a valid status like 'running'. Also do an Explain on your SQL
statement to see which indexes it is using. You need to simplify the SQL
statement until it starts running fast again to see what is causing the
slow down. Perhaps rebuild the query with one table join at a time.
Remember to run a "Reset Query Cache" between benchmarks to eliminate the