Re: tune between query/join

That would be a merge join cartesian, not what you want, really as it returs 
1,200,000,000,000 rows with at most 8,000,000 rows of actually  useful results 
(the result set should be somewhere between 1 and 8,000,000 depending upon how 
many rows in account match rows in tmp_account).  There must be some common 
column between the two tables to effect a proper join.  If not then this query 
is useless and is simply consuming resources better used for more productive 
queries.
 
Please provide create table statements for both tables and some sample data.
David Fitzjarrell


From: amonte <ax.mount@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Oracle-L Group <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 10:41 PM
Subject: tune between query/join

Hello everyone
I am running a query which looks like following (running in 10.2.0.4):

select a.account_number, a.id, b.*
  from account a, tmp_account b
where b.amount between a.lowest_amount and a.highest_amount

account has 8000000 rows and tmp_account 150000, the execution plan shows
merge sort join as expected, this query takes around 5 hours to run, is
there anyway to improve this?


Alex


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