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From:Ananda Kumar Date:June 13 2008 3:47pm
Subject:Re: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fast
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Hi

Is sphinxsearch avialable only on for windows

regards
anandkl
On 6/13/08, Rory McKinley <rorymckinleylists@stripped> wrote:
>
> mos wrote:
> <snip>
>
>> Why not switch to Sphinx full text search for MySQL? It is faster and can
>> handle more data than MySQL's built in fulltext search.
>> http://www.sphinxsearch.com/
>>
>> Mike
>>
> <snip>
>
> I have read about sphinx and the good performance boost it provides -
> unfortunately there is a lot of legacy code reading off the db, so I will
> need to get all sorts of stuff signed off, before I can make any major
> changes ;).
>
> But I will definitely look into it so that I can offer it as a possible
> solution.
>
> Regards
>
> Rory
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Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastRory McKinley12 Jun
  • RE: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastJerry Schwartz12 Jun
  • Re: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastmos12 Jun
    • Re: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastRory McKinley12 Jun
      • Re: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastAnanda Kumar13 Jun
        • RE: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastTodd M. Boyd13 Jun
Re: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastRory McKinley12 Jun
  • RE: Fulltext index -first query slow, subsequent queries fastJerry Schwartz12 Jun