Dear Guillaume,

On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 3:23 PM Guillaume Lederrey <> wrote:
Some very preliminary analysis indicates that less then 2% of the queries on WDQS generate more than 90% of the load. This is definitely something we need to better understand.

Is the data behind that available? I wonder if I recognize any of the top 25 queries.

(I guess the top 2% can be simple queries run very many times, as well as hard queries rarely run, correct?)


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