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From:Andrew Hill Date:July 22 2004 8:20am
Subject:RE: Splitting data across tables
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> From: William H. Bowers [mailto:whb108@stripped] 
> Sent: 22 July 2004 03:55
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: re: Splitting data across tables
> If indexing seems to be the cause of the slowdown, it may be 
> faster to drop the indexes, add the new data, and then 
> rebuild the indexes.  This is especially helpful with 
> physical indexing.

I don't think that this would be a good idea for us - we add the data
continuiously, and aggregate at least every hour. I'm not confident that
we could drop the indexes and then recreate them in less than 60


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