I have a relatively simple table of 200+ network devices and 60+ sites.
This is accessed about 30 times a minute by various perl scripts to
pick up device/site information.
Will I see any noticable benefit from creating a cached copy of this
table as a MEMORY table? The data doesn't change often, so slightly
stale cached data isn't an issue.
Peter Hicks | e: my.name@stripped | g: 0xE7C839F4 | w: www.poggs.com
A: Because it destroys the flow of the conversation
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