Updating indexes for block model space

12-Feb-2020 19:59 by 8 Comments

Updating indexes for block model space

Note that if you are not creating new indices in 6.x but just reading 5.x indices, multiple types are supported.

Understand that all data in a table that has a clustered index is in fact stored in the clustered index.FPP_Invoice_Revenue SELECT Project_Code = CONVERT(varchar(10), ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY v1.num, v2.num)) , Project_Desc = CONVERT(varchar(50), CRYPT_GEN_RANDOM(50)) , SOW_Number = v5/* only 10 distinct values */ , SOW_Desc = CONVERT(varchar(50), CRYPT_GEN_RANDOM(50)) , Invoice_No = CONVERT(varchar(50), CRYPT_GEN_RANDOM(50)) , Inv_Month = ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY v1.num, v2.num) % 12 , Inv_Year = 2009 ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY v1.num, v2.num) % 8 , Billing_Date = DATEFROMPARTS(2009 ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY v1.num, v2.num) % 8, 1, (ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY v1.num, v2.num) % 12) 1) , Doc_Currency = CONVERT(varchar(10), CRYPT_GEN_RANDOM(10)) , Vertical = CONVERT(varchar(255), CRYPT_GEN_RANDOM(255)) , Till_Prev_Inv_Amt = CONVERT(numeric(24, 10), 1) , Cur_Inv_Amt = CONVERT(numeric(24, 10), 2) , YTD_Inv_Amt = CONVERT(numeric(24, 10), 3) , Till_Prev_Inv_Amt_USD = CONVERT(numeric(24, 10), 4) , Cur_Inv_Amt_In_USD = CONVERT(numeric(24, 10), 5) , YTD_Inv_Amt_In_USD = CONVERT(numeric(24, 10), 6) FROM v v1 --10 rows CROSS JOIN v v2 --100 rows CROSS JOIN v v3 --1000 rows CROSS JOIN v v4 --10000 rows CROSS JOIN v v5 --100000 rows CROSS JOIN v v6 --1000000 rows CROSS JOIN v v7;--10000000 rows UPDATE dbo.FPP_Invoice_Revenue SET Till_Prev_Inv_Amt_In_USD = Till_Prev_Inv_Amt / 0.0285 , Cur_Inv_Amt_In_USD = Cur_Inv_Amt / 0.0285 , YTD_Inv_Amt_In_USD = YTD_Inv_Amt / 0.0285 WHERE SOW_Number = '6'; SQL Server parse and compile time: CPU time = 0 ms, elapsed time = 0 ms. Scan count 1, logical reads 6567261, physical reads 8920, read-ahead reads 209603, lob logical reads 0, lob physical reads 0, lob read-ahead reads 0.I hadn't made changes to either the application, or to the schema of Elasticsearch.So no, multiple types are not supported, nor anything else in 5.x under 6.x.Would I need a separate settings per each I really think you need to change your code.

Or you can setup a cluster with 5.6, reindex what you had to fix the short term issue.

I still don't understand the difference between an index and a type if multiple types aren't supported.

Also, more than anything else, I need some guidance on what changes I need to make to the schema, based on the existing example I've shared — I've been working on this for weeks and NOTHING works. Once this will be gone, you won't have to think about it anymore.

Adding a single index in this case will most likely make a very big difference to the performance of your update, without dramatically affecting other portions of your workload.

I setup a test-bed on my laptop so I could test the performance of adding the suggested index vs having no index on USE master; IF EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM sys.databases d WHERE = 'Test DB') DROP DATABASE Test DB; GO CREATE DATABASE Test DB ON (NAME = 'Test DB_Primary', FILENAME = '/var/opt/mssql/data/Test DB_Primary.mdf', SIZE = 5GB, MAXSIZE = 10GB, FILEGROWTH = 1GB) LOG ON (NAME = 'Test DB_Log', FILENAME = '/var/opt/mssql/log/Test DB_Log.ldf', SIZE = 5GB, MAXSIZE = 10GB, FILEGROWTH = 1GB); GO USE Test DB; CREATE TABLE dbo.

A silent upgrade from 5.3 to 6.2 has killed Elasticsearch in an application due to the new structure of indices.

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