help to kill N+1 queries and unused eager loading (by flyerhzm)

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  • N+1 in Ruby on Rails
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 28 Apr 2024
  • What was the name of the gem that finds all unindexed foreign keys?
    3 projects | /r/rails | 18 Apr 2023
  • Ban 1+N in Django
    10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Mar 2023
    Rails has Bullet[0] to help identify and warn you against N+1

    Does Django have anything active? Quick search revealed nplusone[1] but its been dead since 2018.

    [0] https://github.com/flyerhzm/bullet

    [1] https://github.com/jmcarp/nplusone

  • Inherited rails app - what the hell are all these rack timeout lines in the log?
    2 projects | /r/rails | 19 Jan 2023
    Without seeing more of the app, it's tough to say for certain, but one gem you might find helpful is the [bullet](https://github.com/flyerhzm/bullet) gem -- set this up in the app then start browsing around the app in development. If you have any N+1 queries or other minor optimizations that could be done it will inform you about them.
  • A Guide to Memoization in Ruby
    2 projects | dev.to | 11 Jan 2023
    Getting rid of N+1 queries - This can help improve the speed of an app. The Bullet or Prosopite gems can give a lending hand here. The N+1 Dilemma — Bullet or Prosopite? entails a brief comparison of both.
  • Understanding N and 1 queries problem
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jan 2023
    There's a Ruby gem called Bullet that identifies and warns developers about N+1 problems. You can also have it fail tests if detected.

    I don't know if the approach is possible with every ORM or if it's just leveraging some Ruby perks, but I can't think of a good reason why you wouldn't use the equivalent everywhere.


  • Help with N+1 problem.
    1 project | /r/rails | 6 Nov 2022
    You might consider adding the bullet gem as a development requirement and see what it tells you, it's generally pretty good at spotting n-queries and letting you know how to fix them.
  • Understanding and Fixing N+1 Query
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Oct 2022
    As a Rails developer, recently I found Bullet [0] which helps massively in dealing with eager loading. For some reason I expected the framework to manage this sort of thing for me, even when Rails actually does a ton out of the box already. Only while refactoring I picked up on queries dragging performance. Oh well...

    [0] https://github.com/flyerhzm/bullet

  • How do you find the cause of slowness in your app?
    3 projects | /r/rails | 26 Jul 2022
    This is good advice, it'll likely pick out some glaring issues right away. I would generally recommend looking at DB queries here too and recommend Bullet, but most software like DataDog, AppSignal etc will often also point N+1 and issues like it out.
  • Yet Another Post About N + 1 Queries
    1 project | dev.to | 12 Jul 2022
    In order to find all those N + 1 queries that are slowing down in your application, the community recommends using the Bullet gem.
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