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From:Rick James Date:January 16 2010 12:54am
Subject:Re: query cache extension
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Will your proposed changes decrease the time (or frequency) during which the
QC is locked by its Mutex?

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Rick James
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> From: Amila Liyanaarachchi <amila.uoc@stripped>
> Date: Fri, 11 Dec 2009 19:28:18 +0530
> To: <internals@stripped>
> Subject: Re: query cache extension
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I want to see the performance differences (with various read, write
> ratios) between a pure query cache implementation and a modified query
> cache implementation. The intended modification is to allow the query
> cache to cache the queries after parsing (now it just caches the query
> before doing a processing) but what I wanted to see is how it behaves
> if we parse and store the query (then semantically identical queries
> will be identified as identical which is not the case now).
> 
> Does anybody tried something like this before, which I can use as an
> start to my work?
> It'll be great if anybody can give some feedback on this about where
> to start it.
> 
> Thanks,
> Amila
> 
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query cache extensionAmila Liyanaarachchi11 Nov
  • Re: query cache extensionSergei Golubchik12 Nov
    • Re: query cache extensionAmila Liyanaarachchi13 Nov
      • Re: query cache extensionSergei Golubchik13 Nov
        • Re: query cache extensionAmila Liyanaarachchi11 Dec
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Re: query cache extensionAmila Liyanaarachchi20 Jan
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