Using Netezza’s in-database analytics package FPGROWTH, database administrators can identify the most commonly used combination of tables and the performance of the queries that reference those sets of tables.
Nice feature. Sort of the rich men’s all-included slow query log in MySQL. Do you know if other databases support a similar feature?
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