List:General Discussion« Previous MessageNext Message »
From:Perrin Harkins Date:March 4 2009 4:39pm
Subject:Re: SQL_NO_CACHE
View as plain text  
On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 11:23 AM, Thomas Spahni <tsp@stripped> wrote:
> SQL_NO_CACHE means that the query result is not cached. It does not mean
> that the cache is not used to answer the query.

Oh, right, he's looking for this:

SET SESSION query_cache_type=off;

- Perrin
Thread
SQL_NO_CACHEMorten4 Mar
  • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEMicah Stevens4 Mar
  • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEPerrin Harkins4 Mar
  • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEThomas Spahni4 Mar
    • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEPerrin Harkins4 Mar
      • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEjocelyn fournier4 Mar
        • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEMorten Primdahl4 Mar
          • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEjocelyn fournier4 Mar
            • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEMicah4 Mar
          • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEJocelyn Fournier4 Mar
            • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEMorten Primdahl4 Mar
              • Re: SQL_NO_CACHEJohan De Meersman4 Mar