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is there a way of finding out which table is using a certain amount of CPU
power?

thanks in advance

regards

Mark Cubitt
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Nov 22 '05 #1
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Quoth ma*********@applegate.co.uk ("Mark Cubitt"):
is there a way of finding out which table is using a certain amount of CPU
power?


That doesn't entirely make sense.

Tables normally use up disk space.

What consumes CPU power is the computation of queries, and, for big,
expensive queries, it is pretty common for there to be several tables
involved.

Could you describe the problem you are trying to solve, and try to
_avoid_ framing it in terms of how it might be answered?
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Nov 22 '05 #2

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