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The B-tree index (sometimes referred to as the B*tree index) is the default or normal type of Oracle index. You re probably going to use it for almost all the indexes in a typical OLTP application. Although you could use the B-tree index for all your index needs, you ll get better performance by using more specialized indexes for certain kinds of data. Your knowledge of the type of data you have and the nature of your application should determine the index type. In the next few sections, you ll see several alternative types of indexes.
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Bitmap indexes are ideal for column data that has a low cardinality, which means that the indexed column has few distinct values. The index is compact in size and performs better than the B-tree index for these types of data. However, the bitmap index is going to cause some problems if a lot of DML is going on in the column being indexed.
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CHAPTER 19 IMPROV IN G DA TA BAS E PERFORMAN CE: SQL QUERY OPTIMIZA TION
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Index-organized tables (IOTs) are explained in 7. The traditional Oracle tables are called heap-organized tables, where data is stored in the order in which it is inserted. Indexes enable fast access to the rows. However, indexes also mean more storage and the need for accessing both the index and the table rows for most queries (unless the query can be selected just by the indexed columns themselves). IOTs place all the table data in its primary key index, thus eliminating the need for a separate index. IOTs are more akin to B-tree indexes than tables. The data in an IOT is sorted, and rows are stored in primary key order. This type of organization of row values gives you faster access in addition to saving space. To limit the size of the row that s stored in the B-tree leaf blocks, IOTs use an overflow area to store infrequently accessed non-key columns, which leads to lower space consumption in the B-tree.
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Concatenated or composite indexes are indexes that include more than one column, and are excellent for improving the selectivity of the WHERE predicates. Even in cases where the selectivity of the individual columns is poor, concatenating the index improves selectivity. If the concatenated index contains all the columns in the WHERE list, you re saved the trouble of looking up the table, thus reducing your I/O. However, you have to pay particular attention to the order of the columns in the composite index. If the WHERE clause doesn t specify the leading column of the concatenated index first, Oracle may not use the index at all. Up until recently, Oracle used a composite index only if the leading column of the index was used in the WHERE clause or if the entire index was scanned. The index skip scan feature lets Oracle use a composite index even when the leading column isn t used in the query. Obviously, this is a nice feature that eliminates many full table scans that would have resulted in older versions of Oracle.
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A function-based index contains columns transformed either by an Oracle function or by an expression. When the function or expression used to create the index is referenced in the WHERE clause of a query, Oracle can quickly return the computed value of the function or expression directly from the index, instead of recalculating it each time. Function-based indexes are efficient in frequently used statements that involve functions or complex expressions on columns. For example, the following function-based index lets you search for people based on the last_name column (in all uppercase letters): SQL> CREATE INDEX upper_lastname_idx ON employees (UPPER(last_name));
Reverse-Key Indexes
If you re having performance issues in a database with a large number of inserts, you should consider using reverse-key indexes. These indexes are ideal for insert-heavy applications, although they suffer from the drawback that they can t be used in index range scans. A reverse-key index looks like this: Index value ----------9001 9002 9003 9004 Reverse_Key Index Value ----------------------1009 2009 3009 4009
When you re dealing with columns that sequentially increase, the reverse-key indexes provide an efficient way to distribute the index values more evenly and thus improve performance.
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