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Annoying that this page had been forked while the original one was still being worked on. I'm merging the updates which happened on the source... --Nemo 14:08, 20 July 2015 (UTC)Reply

Shared Repository

I've added all the queries here to /shared/sqlqueries on Tool Labs. I'll try to watch this page and keep them updated, but everyone has write access, so any help is appreciated. There's a helper script in there, makefile.sh, that allows you to copy/paste the headers on this page and then opens nano so you can copy/paste the SQL query in, save and exit. Also, a big thank you to those converting the queries over to Tool Labs! #avicennasis@wikitech 06:20, 29 July 2015 (UTC)Reply

Can Any One Help me with MySQL

Hi, I Need Help With Code If Any One Free To Help Me?! Thanks.--Jarallah (talk) 17:13, 20 May 2016 (UTC)Reply

Always quote the value when you use the field timestamp

I just found out the following:

The slow version takes on dewiki_p about 10 seconds (may be faster, depending on cached data, but never faster than 2 seconds)

SELECT * FROM logging WHERE log_type = 'delete' AND log_timestamp BETWEEN 20190505000000 and 20190506000000;

The fast version takes a fragment of a second

SELECT * FROM logging WHERE log_type = 'delete' AND log_timestamp BETWEEN '20190505000000' and '20190506000000';

So: Using quotes is sure a good idea. --Wurgl (talk) 11:13, 10 December 2019 (UTC)Reply