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From:Fernando Ulisses dos Santos Date:April 6 1999 11:49am
Subject:Re: queries/sec?
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CPU and Network time (remember that the mysql client program can run on
other computers than the mysql server)

the time used to display the results is ignored

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Fernando Ulisses dos Santos
Linkway ISP Network/Linux Admin

On Mon, 5 Apr 1999, Daevid Vincent wrote:

> I did a simple test of filling up my database... my next question is what EXACTLY
> does this 0.96 seconds mean when I do a
> select * from table;
> 10002 rows in set (0.96 sec)
> 
> is that CPU time or what?
> 
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