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ctx_ddl.optimize_index() takes a long time

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Hello

ctx_ddl.optimize_index() takes a long time
It runs for 60-90 mins earlier it was use to complete within 10 mins
Number of rows approx 0.5 million

Kindly let me know reason what all possible reasons can be for its delay.

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Ankush
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has the index changed or the volume of data?  Has it always been .5 million?  is it still .5 million?
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you can trace the session running the optimize,  capture wait events and see what it's hanging on
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