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From:Martin Ramsch Date:September 19 1999 7:18am
Subject:Re: MySQL and Apache log
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On Sat, 1999-09-18 20:36:32 -0700, Tom Livingston wrote:
> At least in oracle, you would gain even greater efficiency if you drop your
> indexes on the table, run the insert, and then recreate the indexes.  That
> way you wouldn't constantly be rebuilding the indexes while inserting.  I'm
> not sure if this applies to MySQL as well.

It does. :)

Regards,
  Martin
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