SQL & PL/SQL :: Load 10 Million Rows In Table From Another Table Based On Multiple Joins
Sep 24, 2010
We have to load 10 million rows in a table from another table based on the multiple joins. How much tablespace size we allocate to the table and for performance point of view how much should be the SGA size.
We have two tables, TableA and TableB that contain list of accounts and balances.The requirement is to compare the balances of accounts in both the tables, and if there is a difference, then record that difference with account number in another table.
Both TableA and TableB contain more than 10 million rows.What is the best way to do this task in PL/SQL? A join on TableA and TableB to know the differences has become very slow due to large volume.
trying to update a column in a table which has 3 columns of 16million rows from column in another table which has 1million rows, there is no relationship between the 2 tables.
Table A has 3 columns of 16million rows, the first two columns have 16million ID numbers, the 3rd colunm is currently NULL.
Table B has 1million Numbers, i need to somehow update column 3 in table A using the numbers in table B, it doesnt how many times each of the 1 million numbers are used but i dont want it to just update every row to the same value.
Oracle 11gI have a large table of 125 million records - t3_universe. This table never gets updated or altered once loaded, but holds data that we receive from a lead company. I need to select records from this large table that fit certain demographic criteria and insert those into a smaller table - T3_Leads - that will be updated with regard to when the lead is mailed and for other relevant information. select records from this 125 million record table to insert into the smaller table.
I have tried a variety of things - views, materialized views, direct insert into smaller table...I think I am probably missing other approaches. My current attempt has been to create a View using the query that selects the records as shown below. Then use a second query that inserts into T3_Leads from this View V_Market. This is very slow. Can I just use an Insert Into T3_Leads with this query - it did not seem to work with the WITH clause? My Index on the large table is t3_universe_composite and includes zip_code, address_key, household_key.
CREATE VIEW V_Market asWITH got_pairs AS ( SELECT /*+ INDEX_FFS(t3_universe t3_universe_composite) */ l.zip_code, l.zip_plus_4, l.p1_givenname, l.surname, l.address, l.city, l.state, l.household_key, l.hh_type as l_hh_type, l.address_key, l.narrowband_income, l.p1_ms, l.p1_gender, l.p1_exact_age, l.p1_personkey, e.hh_type as filler_data, 1.p1_seq_no, l.p2_seq_no , ROW_NUMBER () OVER ( PARTITION BY l.address_key ORDER BY l.hh_verification_date DESC ) AS r_num FROM t3_universe e JOIN t3_universe l ON l.address_key = e.address_key AND l.zip_code = e.zip_code AND l.p1_gender != e.p1_gender
I am attempting to select back multiple values for a specific key on one row. See the example below. I have been able to use the sys_connect_by_path to combine the fields into one field but I am unable to assign them to fields of their own. See the example below
TABLE DETAILS: Policy id plan name 111 A Plan 111 B Plan 111 Z Plan 112 A Plan 112 Z Plan
My desired result is to be able to show the output as follows
Policy ID Plan_1 Plan_2 Plan_3 111 A Plan B Plan Z PLan 112 A Plan Z PLan
I have one table , with one column having 2,3 or 4 machine codes , i need to display them as each row per machine code will it be possible to do as i have thousands of records similar to the test case and which i had to do it manually in excel and then upload it back.
insert into ow_oper_setup VALUES ('1270','1270001','W165','IR HO BV ') insert into ow_oper_setup VALUES ('1270','1270001','W1332','IR BV ') insert into ow_oper_setup values ('1270','1270001','W1367','RE HO SC BV ') insert into ow_oper_setup values ('1270','1270001','W389','RE HO SC BV')
SELECT * FROM ow_oper_Setup;
WO_NOMRK_NOPOS_NOMC_CODE 12701270001W165IR HO BV 12701270001W1332IR BV 12701270001W1367RE HO SC BV 12701270001W389RE HO SC BV
--i want the output in the following way or the same table data to be replaced as below
I am new to oracle, I have request to build a query,
we have table that generates data from 7am to 20pm for eavery hour it generates 4 rows and has 43 session values as 43 columns.
Now i want to find for every hour which is the hights session value at what time. in one hour it runs four times like 7, 7:15, 7:30 and 7:45 and each row has date, time and 43 session columns in table...
I need to join ISSUED_REMOVED Table with ITL Table. having each quantity each row.
Eg. If a unit Serial no '354879019900009' has a part (1015268) issued 8 times and then unissued 4 times so finally the part was issued 4 times. so I need 4 rows to show for each qty 1 for that part and unit serial number.
create table ISSUED_REMOVED_ITEM (REPAIRED_ITEM_ID, ISSUED_REMOVED_ITEM_ID, ISSUED_PART_ID, OPER_ID, ISSUED_REMOVED_QUANTITY) as select 122013187, 1323938, 1015268, 308, 2 from dual union all select 122013187, 1323939, 1015269, 308, 2 from dual union all select 122013187, 1323940, 1015268, 308, 2 from dual union all select
-- The way I need to join the Issued_Removed Table
select * from ITL_TEST ITL left join issued_removed_item iri on iri.REPAIRED_ITEM_ID = ITL.ITEM_ID --ITL.ITEM_ID --rlsn2.item_id --126357561 and iri.oper_id = 308 --in ( 308, 309)
The structure is like this may contain multiple records like Comp_id, Comp_name, ISIN will be same, but column_name will contain the column_name to which its corresponding column_value needs to be populated to.
I am working on Pro*C and i have a requirement where i need to select all the rows from a table into a c - structure variable. Since i get to know the no of rows in the table which is getting selected only at run time, i need to create a pointer variable to the structure and i'll allocate the size to it based on the count of rows in the table using malloc or calloc.I tried allocating memory using calloc and it does not show any error. But when i when the exec select statement run it shows an error.
Statements i have used: struct common *comp; struct common_ind *comp_i;
I want to know how we can insert more than 3 million records from one table to another table. Can we use Bulk collect and forall to insert the all data.Can we use create table tableB as select * from tableA; From the above which is one is performance wise good.
Lets take the basic emp table for our Referenece and lets assume that it contains around 60000 Records and all the deptno in that table are Initially 10. Please provide an update statement which would update deptno column of EMP table((based on) order by EMPNO) in for every 120 records incrementing by 1.(DeptNo to be incremented by 1,like 10 ,11 , 12 etc).
First 120 Records deptno should be 10, Next 120 Records deptno should be 11, and so on. . . . . . . For Last 120 records deptno should be updated with 500.
I would like to know if we can insert 300 million records into an oracle table using a database link. The target table is inproduction and the source table is in development on different servers.The target table will be empty and have its indexes disabled before the insert. if this can be accomplished in less than 1 hour.
I have two large tables(rptbody and rpthead) which has over millions or even more records. Below is the table schema
describe rpthead Name Null Type --------------------------- -------- ------------- RPTNO NOT NULL NUMBER RPTDATE NOT NULL DATE RPTD_BY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) PRODUCT_ID NOT NULL NUMBER [code]...
What I want is getting all data if the referenced RPTNO belongs to a particular product_id from rptbody table, here's the sql
SELECT t0.LINENO, t0.COMMENTS, t0.RPTNO, t0.UPD_DATE FROM RPTBODY t0 WHERE ( t0.RPTNO IN ( SELECT t1.RPTNO FROM RPTHEAD t1 where t1.PRODUCT_ID IN ('4647') ) ) ORDER BY t0.LINENO
Since the result set is pretty large, so my application(think it as c couple of jobs, each job should be finished in a time window) can only process a subset of all data, so I need pagination so that the next job can continue the processing until all data is processed, below is the SQL with pagination
select * from ( select a.*, ROWNUM rnum from ( SELECT t0.LINENO, t0.COMMENTS, t0.RPTNO, t0.UPD_DATE FROM RPTBODY t0 WHERE ( [code]....
As you can see each query will take 100 rows from the db. The problem for now is that the query taking too much of time(10+ mins), I know the slowness is due to "ORDER BY t0.LINENO", but it's required for pagination.
We need to load data from index by table to table.Below code is working fine.
declare query varchar2(200); Type l_emp is TABLE OF emp%rowtype INDEX BY Binary_Integer; rec_1 l_emp; begin
But data from source table and target table is dynamic.Ex:In above code, emp(source) and target table is emp_b are static. But for our scenario is depends on the source table , target would change as below.If source is emp then target is emp_bIf source is emp1 then target is emp_b1 ............
create or replace procedure p(source in varchar2, target in varchar2) as query varchar2(200); source varchar2(200); Type l_emp is TABLE OF emp%rowtype INDEX BY Binary_Integer; rec_1 l_emp;
Due to some business requirements a table field needs to change from date to timestamp in order to handle the millisecs.
1>When i alter the row , for a table with 150 million recs will there be a conversion. Is there a recommended way to convert the field. Mind you this field is used as a part of composite PK.
2> There is a interfacing application which connects and copies the data to its system and is using the date type, will that application be able to continue to work without any changes, if it does not care about the millisecs.
3> Will there be performance impact on an existing application that uses the date field to sort
I stumbled about some weird 11gR2 behavior (running on AIX).When I performed a join between a table with user based content (parts belonging to an sourcing scope) and a base table (parts available) whereas the parts have to fulfill a special regular expression, it showed that the same query is faster when using outer join than inner join (about 0.7sec vs. 20sec; which makes me believe that regexp_like works wrong when involved in an inner join).
i tried the same statement with a standard like (but not fulfilling the same condition).This time performance was as expected (inner join outperforming outer join).
Oracle version information Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 22.214.171.124.0 - 64bit Production PL/SQL Release 126.96.36.199.0 - Production CORE 188.8.131.52.0 Production TNS for IBM/AIX RISC System/6000: Version 184.108.40.206.0 - Production NLSRTL Version 220.127.116.11.0 - Production [code]...
I can see it, the execution plan for the "inner join" doesn't show so much more costs than the one for the outer (but why at all is does an inner join cost more?) ...The execution plan for both "not like" is the same and (surprisingly ;-) ) similar to "outer-regexp".
I hope sample data are not needed as there would be needed a lot...this is the second time I came across the "plan worse but execution time better" phenomenon.