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Posted on 2014-03-09
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I have  rebuild the transaction since index  average _fragmentation  reached 99.88%.
The table has more than 30,00,000  records.  The table has on clusterindex column
Before  rebuilding i run query with tran.Id  range search it took  .40 seconds
Logical reads : 59615
Physica Reads: 0
CPU Time: 3307ms
Elapsed Time: 42561ms

After rebuilding the table index  average _fragmentation   went to 0.01%. But i did not see any difference in the query performance.
It took .40 seconds
Logical reads : 59615
Physica Reads: 0
CPU Time: 2949ms
Elapsed Time: 40942ms

select  *  from daily_sales where salesid>'106545'
and salesid<'878989789'

salesid is char data type

query returns: 1145537 rows

Why i did not see any performance after rebuild the table ?
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Question by:Varshini S
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by:Anthony Perkins
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Assuming that salesid is character data and you have the clustered index on this column then the length of time has to do with the number of rows returned.  In other words you do not have a SQL problem but rather a network problem.  Do the following and see if I am right:
SELECT  COUNT(*)
FROM    daily_sales
WHERE   salesid > '106545'
        AND salesid < '878989789'

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by:John_Vidmar
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Run a query-execution-plan to see the indexes being used, and where the expensive work is being performed (try to optimize the expensive steps, if possible).

Would using BETWEEN (or >= and <=) change anything?  I read that some optimizers don't like < and >.
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by:Varshini S
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my attempt is proof reindex or rebuild improve the performance. I would like to know if there is any improvement after reindex or rebuild table.
I thought it should be little bit faster after this process. But I did not see the difference. Why ?
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by:David Todd
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Hi,

Does the procedure in question need to be recompiled?

HTH
  David
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by:Anthony Perkins
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But I did not see the difference. Why ?
I thought I had explained that to you.  In other words the answer is probably The experts told me “you can’t do that”. What do I do now?
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my attempt is proof reindex or rebuild improve the performance
You are not serious are you?  The time went from 42561ms to 40942ms that represents a 4% change which obviously was not enough for you or are you saying now that it was enough.  So I stand by my statement: You do not have a SQL problem but rather a network problem.

Did you even try my suggestion?
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