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Need high resource expensive sql queries

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sejal p gudhka
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Hi All,

I need sql queries or bad tsql code for producing high expensive resource utilization queries to test some performance reports. I ahve adventure works database in my environment. Please let me know as from where will I get high expensive queries for my testing..

thanks in advance.
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Errrmmm... that's a requirement not seen very often... ;-)

One option would be to create a c.u.r.s.o.r. on a rather large table (to "avoid" a set based operation).
Inside the c.u.r.s.o.r.:
Join a large number of (large) tables on predicates that are not supported by any index (to force a table scan). Take as many columns as you like and build a large comma delimited string. Insert results into a table variable and use a loop to split the string again by stepping through each character.

Most important: make sure not to run it on a production system!



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Have a million row table and do running total using a triangular join

select col,
(select sum(col) from table as t1 where t1.pkcol<=t2.pkcol) as run_sum
from table as t2




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Madhivanan-208264 (9/7/2010)
Have a million row table and do running total using a triangular join

select col,
(select sum(col) from table as t1 where t1.pkcol<=t2.pkcol) as run_sum
from table as t2


Heh... ya beat me to it, Madhivanan.

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Also force maxdop to 0 if your server isn't already set to it....a horrible, awful query like that should eat up every available core.
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Madhivanan-208264 (9/7/2010)
Have a million row table and do running total using a triangular join

select col,
(select sum(col) from table as t1 where t1.pkcol<=t2.pkcol) as run_sum
from table as t2


Heh... ya beat me to it, Madhivanan.

Yes. Thats the good example that I know which takes lot of time.
The avatar you used is very good
Are you a designer too? :-)



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Madhivanan-208264 (9/8/2010)
The avatar you used is very good
Are you a designer too? :-)


No... someone else did most of the work. I just overlaid the word "RBAR" and converted it to a GIF.

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First step towards the paradigm shift of writing Set Based code:
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