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That’s correct – I’d like to be able to keep particular indexes in RAM available all the time


The best way to get all the stuff needed by a query into RAM is to run the query.  Is it more that you want to 'pin' the data in RAM so it doesn't get overwritten by other queries?


I am working with some pretty convoluted queries that work very slowly the first time they’re called but perform fine on the second call. I am fairly certain that these differences are due to the caching. Can someone point me in a direction that would allow me to pre-cache the critical indexes?

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