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Key Lookup (Clustered) [SalesTransactions_Partitioned].[cd... Cost: 23 % Table 'SalesTransactions_Partitioned'. Scan count 38, logical reads 111, physical reads 0, read-ahead reads 0 Rows Executes StmtText -------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 1 SELECT * FROM [dbo].[SalesTransactions_Partitioned] WHERE [Customer 1 1 |--Nested Loops(Inner Join, OUTER REFERENCES:([PtnId1000], [Uniql 1 1 |--Index Seek(OBJECT:([PartitioningDemo].[dbo].[SalesTransac 1 1 |--Clustered Index Seek(OBJECT:([PartitioningDemo].[dbo][Sa
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Seek Keys[1]: Start: PtnId1000 >= Scalar Operator((1)), End: PtnId1000 <= Scalar Operator((38)), Seek Keys[2]: Prefix: [PartitionTest].[dbo].[SalesTransactions_Partitioned].CustomerID=Scalar Operator((5))
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but a closer examination of the seek operator listed in figure 11 reveals that the seek predicate includes a range expression that touches all 38 partitions. Even though the SQL Server 2008 plan is less complex than the SQL Server 2005 partitioned plan due to the omission of the Constant Scan and Nested Loop operators, every partition must still be accessed, because the partitioning column wasn t included in the query. As you can see from the seek predicate in figure 11, the partition number appears to the SQL Server 2008 query processor as if it were the high-order column of the index key. This optimization allows partition elimination to be pushed down into the seek operator instead of done through query plan operators as in the SQL Server 2005 plan. See the Query Processing Enhancements on Partitioned Tables and Indexes topic (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms345599.aspx) in the SQL Server 2008 Books Online for a thorough discussion of enhancements related to partitioned index seeks.
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Partitioning is often used with large tables that are unforgiving by nature. Let me share some common pitfalls and tips that might help you achieve a successful partitioning implementation.
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Pay particular attention to boundary values of RANGE LEFT partition functions when the partitioning data type includes both date and time of day (smalldatetime, datetime, datetime2, and datetimeoffset). To ensure that all data for a given date ends up in the same partition, specify the maximum possible time value allowable for the partitioning data type, and be careful of boundary value rounding. For example, a datetime data type boundary value of 2009-12-31T23:59:59.999 will be rounded up to 2010-01-01T00:00:00.000, and rows that exactly match the date will then end up in the lower partition instead of the higher one. I find it more intuitive to use RANGE RIGHT for date/time data types so that I can specify exact date boundaries. If the time value isn t needed by the application, you can avoid date/time partitioning ugliness with a column of the DATE data type. Not only does DATE simplify partition boundaries, but queries for specific dates or date ranges don t need to consider the time portion and are therefore easier to write and more intuitive. If the time portion is needed but not included in range searches, alternatives include creating separate DATE and TIME columns or creating a DATE column that s computed and persisted based on the existing date/time value.
Partitioning for manageability (and maybe performance)
SPLIT and MERGE performance
Plan your partition maintenance to avoid costly movement of large amounts of data. The easiest way to accomplish this is to plan so that only empty partitions are split and merged. Nonempty partitions can still be split or merged efficiently, but only if you are careful to avoid unnecessary data movement. With SPLIT, the newly created partition is the one that includes the specified boundary value (LEFT or RIGHT); data will be moved into the new partition as appropriate for the new boundaries. SQL Server can leverage existing indexes to determine what, if any, data needs to be relocated. Consequently, splitting a nonempty partition can be nearly instantaneous, as long as no data needs to be moved and a useful index on the partitioning column exists. MERGE performance is also proportional to the amount of data moved. The partition that includes the merged boundary is the one removed, and all data will be moved from the removed partition into the adjacent retained one.
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