John A Meinel schrieb:
> John A Meinel wrote:
> Well, I was able to improve it to using appropriate index scans.
> Here is the query:
> SELECT t1.id+1 as id_new FROM id_test t1
> WHERE NOT EXISTS
> (SELECT t2.id FROM id_test t2 WHERE t2.id = t1.id+1)
> ORDER BY t1.id LIMIT 1;
> I created a test table which has 90k randomly inserted rows. And this is
> what EXPLAIN ANALYZE says:
As Cosimo stated the result can be wrong. The result is always wrong
when the id with value 1 does not exist.
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