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Basic Execution Plans Eugene
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Who am I? Accidental DBA Graduated Penn State 2010 for IST First Job was in BI department at Bayer Head of small BI department at FF/ALT/Lantek Certified in Querying SQL Server 2012 Started speaking a year ago – Don’t go to the SQL Saturday after event! You’ll get drafted Not an expert, just know enough to speak
What are we going to talk about? What is an execution Plan How to view an execution plan What does a plan look like How to read one Demo Resources Q/A
What is an execution plan? Instructions for how to process a query – Can think of it as a recipe Created by query optimizer at run time Execution plans are cached after the first run Many different ways to process the same query – For trivial queries, a simple plan is used – Can be forced with hints – Don’t try to outsmart the database engine
How to view the execution plan? Go to Query – Click Include Actual Execution Plan Or, Press Ctrl + M Or click the Execution Plan Icon on the tool bar
What does a plan look like?
How to read an execution plan Read from right to left and top to bottom Icons represent operators – Operators have cost below them in % Arrows represent data flow – Bigger arrows represent more data Hover over icons and arrows for more detail
Resources Adventure Works Database Execution Plan Basics by Grant Fritchey Execution Plan Basics SQL Server Execution Plans, Second Edition by Grant Fritchey SQL Server Execution Plans, Second Edition Watch Brent Ozar Tune Queries by Brent Ozar Watch Brent Ozar Tune Queries