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I would strongly argue that there is no such thing as a "typical" workload.1 person found this helpful
I would guess, though, that a reasonable starting point would be to use the TPC-H benchmark.
Yes, that is true for a generical basis. I have worked with the TPC-H for several years and now I am working with the TPC-DS. My quest is trying to look at the Store_Sales star schema and try to come up with a series of queries + ETL SQL instructions which might be considered as "typical" intrusion "lookups", "false data insertion", "value compromising", "database object deletion", etc.
Nevertheless, thank you for your sugestion.
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Hello. I am currently writing a paper focusing on Database Intrusion Detection at the SQL level, mainly for Data Warehouses.
Because I was unable to find any paper, benchmark or dataset containing the definition of the typical set of SQL instruction workload against a database / Data Warehouse, I am asking if anyone knows about the existence of such works?
I would be very gratefull to who could point me some direction on this.
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Best regards to everyone.
Edited by: user11703686 on 25/Jan/2013 17:20
Edited by: user11703686 on 25/Jan/2013 17:21