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Performance problem with MSSQL 6.5, SP4

Posted on 1998-09-17
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I have a problem with a database of mine. In the database i have a table consisting currently of approx 30000 records.

The time it takes to access these records are slowly climbing making the application slower and slower, what is happening?.

This is the script generating the table:

set quoted_identifier on
GO

/****** Object:  Table dbo.SvarData    Script Date: 17-09-98 14:38:41 ******/
if exists (select * from sysobjects where id = object_id('dbo.SvarData') and sysstat & 0xf = 3)
      drop table "dbo"."SvarData"
GO

/****** Object:  Table dbo.SvarData    Script Date: 17-09-98 14:38:41 ******/
CREATE TABLE "dbo"."SvarData" (
      "SvarID" "int" IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      "SkemaDataID" "int" NOT NULL ,
      "GroupDataID" "int" NOT NULL ,
      "Data" "text" NULL ,
      CONSTRAINT "PK___2__10" PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            "SkemaDataID",
            "GroupDataID"
      )
)
GO

 CREATE  INDEX "SvarID" ON "dbo"."SvarData"("SvarID")
GO



Thanks for your time
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Question by:cisDK
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Don't know what your query is but try this:
 "update statistics SvarData"
then rerun your query.  This will update index statistics for the table. You should do this often as your table grows.

   
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Your advice resulted in about 30% percent performance boost...
Good answer!
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