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From:Warren Young Date:October 27 2005 5:58am
Subject:Re: Retrieving 300K+ records
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Alex Vishnev wrote:
> 
> it is still not the same as with using flat file (2-3sec). 

Of course it's slower.  Nothing is faster than a flat file.  You've 
added the overhead of a separate process (mysqld) plus the IPC necessary 
for the it to talk to your process, plus any conversions and such going 
on within libmysqlclient.

You must be moving from flat files to a real database to get some 
benefit.  You sound surprised that those benefits have a cost.
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SSQLS contained within class definition compilation issueswilliam.lieberman25 Oct
  • Retrieving 300K+ recordsAlex Vishnev25 Oct
    • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsEarl Miles25 Oct
      • RE: Retrieving 300K+ recordsAlex Vishnev25 Oct
        • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsWarren Young27 Oct
      • RE: Retrieving 300K+ recordsAlex Vishnev26 Oct
        • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsWarren Young27 Oct
          • RE: Retrieving 300K+ recordsAlex Vishnev27 Oct
    • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsChris Frey26 Oct
      • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsEarl Miles26 Oct
        • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsChris Frey26 Oct
          • RE: Retrieving 300K+ recordsAlex Vishnev26 Oct
            • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsEarl Miles26 Oct
            • Re: Retrieving 300K+ recordsChris Frey26 Oct
  • Re: SSQLS contained within class definition compilation issuesahnkle28 Oct
    • New FeaturesFabricio Mota29 Oct
RE: SSQLS contained within class definition compilation issueswilliam.lieberman25 Oct
  • Re: SSQLS contained within class definition compilation issuesWarren Young27 Oct
Re: SSQLS contained within class definition compilation issuesWarren Young27 Oct