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From:Jeremy Zawodny Date:July 17 2003 6:10am
Subject:Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max Version
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On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 10:57:52AM -0500, Dan Nelson wrote:
> In the last episode (Jul 07), Nils Valentin said:
> > Thank you for the superfast reply. I actually was looking for other
> > information. I understood the actual feature difference of the
> > standard and f.e max version.  Sorry if this didnt came out so clear.
> > I will try to make it clearer.
> > 
> > My question was more aiming at what advantages the dynamically
> > linking or the statically linking have (except the memory usage of
> > course). I was thinking when given 2 times the same versions once
> > linked statically and once linked dynamically which one would have
> > which advantages in regards to performance, reliability etc. ?
> 
> You can't call dlopen() on a statically-linked binary, so you can't use
> UDFs.  On the other hand, static binaries usually run ~20% faster.

20%?!

That seems like a high number.  Have you actually seed that much of a
boost?

Jeremy
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Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionNils Valentin7 Jul
  • Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionDelfim Machado7 Jul
    • Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionNils Valentin7 Jul
      • Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionDan Nelson7 Jul
        • Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionNils Valentin8 Jul
        • Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionJeremy Zawodny17 Jul
          • Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionDan Nelson17 Jul