List:General Discussion« Previous MessageNext Message »
From:David Lloyd Date:October 26 2002 6:11am
Subject:Re: Mysql Innodb performance slow
View as plain text  
Mark,

> >>Note that mysql does not support bind variables.  If you think
> >you're>using them, whatever API you are using is filling them in
> >before>sending the statement to mysql.  Bind variables do solve
> >quoting>problems, though, so if you use them, know why you're using
> >them :)>

Rumour has it, though, that DBD::MySQL (or whichever module it is)
performs better with the "bound variable" versions than the "non bound
variable versions".

DSL
-- The Linux C Programming Lists: *
http://lists.linux.org.au/listinfo/linuxcprogramming/
The Linux C++ Programming Lists:
 * http://lists.linux.org.au/listinfo/tuxcpprogramming/
Thread
Mysql Innodb performance slowJeroen Geusebroek25 Oct
  • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowRichard Clarke25 Oct
  • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowJeff Mathis26 Oct
    • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowDan Nelson28 Oct
  • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowJeff Mathis26 Oct
    • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowPaul DuBois27 Oct
  • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowMark Matthews26 Oct
    • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowDavid Lloyd26 Oct
  • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowMark Matthews27 Oct
RE: Mysql Innodb performance slowJeroen Geusebroek26 Oct
  • Re: Mysql Innodb performance slowMark Matthews26 Oct