Hi Satya

I was a little concerned that you wanted to stop a system operation. Although you say here that you are not coming to the list to get a solution, it seems you already decided that stopping index advice was the fix - I'm reluctant myself to take that kind of action, but you may have had more input that suggested doing this.

I have watched this thread from the start - I wasn't getting just what the impact of these steps were - just how much CPU time did it really take? Some of the metrics you stated did not seem to be all that much of a problem, but I admit to reading these posts rather quickly.

The article that Chuck Pence cited did have a way to stop index advice, right? But it was in the context of cleaning up things, with the intent of restarting it afterwards. At least that's what I took from it.

I am sure you know that the system catalogs is a lot of views, which have no index themselves. The indexes to support any queries there are probably those on the underlying QADB* tables.

This still may be an issue to resolve - I hope you get a satisfactory answer.


On 9/3/2015 9:57 AM, satya tiruveedhi wrote:
I just asked thread whether there is any setting to turn off "Index Advisor". Other things mentioned were to provide background for the request. At no point during the discussion, I was asking forum to provide solutions to fix the application.

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