>>>>> "Ornoth" == Ornoth Liscomb <OLiscomb@stripped> writes:
Ornoth> MySQL supports multi-row insertions with INSERT ... VALUES
Ornoth> (...),(...),(...). But it is my understanding that it does not presently
Ornoth> support REPLACE ... VALUES (...),(...),(...). That'd be a really nice
Ornoth> enhancement, IMO.
REPLACE works with many rows.
Ornoth> Also, are there any limitations on the number of rows or the length of this
Ornoth> type of multi-row INSERT statement? And if not, does Perl DBI impose any
Ornoth> such limitations?
max_packet_length (in the mysqld server) is the only restriction...