The query returns basic statistics of the number of columns in a database (schema).
select database_name, columns, tables, cast((1.0*columns/tables) as decimal(10,2)) as average_column_count from ( select cols.table_schema as database_name, count(*) as 'columns', count(distinct cols.table_name) as 'tables' from information_schema.columns as cols inner join information_schema.tables as tabs on tabs.table_schema = cols.table_schema and tabs.table_name = cols.table_name and table_type = 'BASE TABLE' and tabs.table_schema not in ('mysql', 'sys', 'information_schema', 'performance_schema') group by database_name ) as q order by columns desc;
- columns - total number of columns in a database (schema)
- tables - number of tables in a database (schema)
- average_column_count - average number of columns in a table in a database (schema)
- One row: represents a database (schema)
- Scope of rows: all databases (schemas)
- Ordered by: number of columns in descending order