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From:Paul DuBois Date:August 20 1999 3:39pm
Subject:Re: Benchmarks
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At 10:32 AM -0500 8/20/99, Mark Roberts wrote:
>This may seem like an elementary question, but I am new to mySql and in
>fact have not yet even made my first installation. I am still in the
>evaluation phase. I currenlty have developed a 3meg flat file database
>being access by perl code which is running  on a Linus server using Apache
>web server software. Users are complaining about the shopping process being
>slow.
>
>This is an OBI Transaction generating application for a large client of
>mine. I am considering converting the system to MySql. My question is
>this...can I truly expect performance (speed) improvement by converting to
>MySql as opposed to flat file processing with my perl code?

You can expect a performance improvement by converting to *any*
database as opposed to a 3MB flat file.

-- 
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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