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How to pick indexes for order by and group by queries
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First some of the things that you need to use and understand

Explain Syntax

Order by Optimization

Group by Optimization

Update: Updated errors.

Now some details that are usually missed. GROUP BY does sorting unless you tell mysql not to. GROUP BY has two optimization methods, loose index scan, and tight index scan.

Loose index scan, scans the entire table index, while tight index scan uses some sort of constraint. For large datasets that are accessed often and require some sort of group by, tight index scans are better.


So how to pick columns to create the optimal














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