Warren Young wrote:
>You must be moving from flat files to a real database to get some
>benefit. You sound surprised that those benefits have a cost.
Warren, of course I understand that there should be some overhead/cost
associated with moving from flat file to mysql. In the first set of
benchmarks, when I was using mysqlpp::Row object it was 5 times longer.
Thanks to Earl, I was able to cut it down in 1/2. I guess I was looking to
see if anyone else had any more tips on how to make it faster by changing
code or manipulating MySQL tunable params. If not, well then I just have to
live with that ;-)