From the stand point of the query engine, there's a difference betweena DDS logical and an SQL index. Primarily, the SQL index has a larger
While reviewing the sql index advisor, it seems to be telling me to create
a 64KB Binary Radix index over our customer file (which has only 31,000
records in it) which currently has a ddl described logical file for it
with exactly the same key (customer#).
times advised-61, est idx creation time 6:59, most expensive estimate 419,
average of queery estimates 108, records in table when advised 31374.
does this seem odd? is it worth it?
it is doing the same thing over some other (vastly larger) files also.
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