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Posted on 2010-09-01
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Hello

I have a database width 145 million posts in a database, when i do a request it take about a minute and 20 sec, that is LONT TIME !!!

Whau do i speed up my database ?

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All that i know ..
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What does your request look like?  
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SELECT [Domain]   FROM [tbl_attributes] where Attribute ='meta' and AttributeValue ='Title'
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Post your CREATE TABLE SQL statement and the CREATE INDEX for all the indexes.
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I suspect you inadvertently selected my comment as a solution in error.  Please post a message in CS to have this changed.
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