>>>>> "Matthew" == Matthew Clark <m.r.clark@stripped> writes:
Matthew> I have mysql V3.22.27 source distribution compiled with no modifications on
Matthew> Linux Kernel 2.2.13.
On a AMD-K6-3 400 MHz, 256M RAM, key_buffer=16M, the insert test takes
about 4500 seconds; The RAID probably accounts for the extra time to
handle the inserts. Doesn't sound completely unreasonable..
PS: Sorry for the late reply; I am still trying to catch up with the
mails that piled up during my vacation.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: tonu@stripped [mailto:tonu@stripped]On Behalf Of Tonu
>> Sent: 17 November 1999 08:44
>> To: m.r.clark@stripped
>> Cc: mysql@stripped
>> Subject: Re: Benchmark
>> Matthew Clark wrote:
>> > Does the Left outer Join benchmark (INSERT TEST) always timeout or is my
>> > machine just plain slow?? All the other tests appear to run fine...
>> > It's a PIII 500 Intel Xeon with a RAID 5 array (could be part
>> of the problem
>> > I guess)
>> > Estimated time for insert test (during run_all_tests) was over 6000
>> > wallclock secs.. YIKES!
>> Please submit questions like this using mysqlbug script. We have not
>> enough information.