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How to Track Down and Fix Slow Active Record SQL Queries in Rails

Scaling issues are great because it means that you have a traffic on your website. Before you decide that “Rails doesn’t scale!” and start a rewrite to some potentially more performant tech stack, maybe you should double check your database queries first. Below I describe some tools and techniques you can use to track down, diagnose and fix slow Active Record queries.

https://pawelurbanek.com/slow-rails-queries

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