"Radhika Sambamurti" <radhika(at)88thstreet(dot)com> writes:
> When I run the query with combination of FirmClearingID & status the run
> times are approx 3700ms.
> But when I add tradedate ie date_trunc('day', tradedate) = '20070703' the
> run time becomes a horrendous 19631.958 ms.
I'm not really able to make heads or tails of your plans without the query.
But any where clause of the form date_trunc('...',col)='...' will always
generate crappy plans. And it looks like you already have expressions of that
form in the view even in the one which you label "without date_trunc".
Instead try to write a where clause that the database can understand the end
points of. Something like (col >= '20070703' and col < '20070704'). That's
something the database can apply a normal index to and also something it can
have a chance at guessing how many rows will fit.
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- Query Plan at 2007-07-12 21:11:00 from Radhika Sambamurti
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