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Short Description

The sort node takes data from a child node and outputs sorted data.

Detailed Description​

The sort node takes data from a child node and outputs sorted data. Where the sorted data will not fit in memory, it will “spill” to disk. This is expensive in term of resource and should be avoided if possible. If the sort order can be satisfied by an available index, the actual sorting step may be avoided altogether.

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