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From:Krasimir_Slaveykov Date:July 10 2003 6:03am
Subject:Re: Can mysql handle this load?
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Hello Adam,

Wednesday, July 09, 2003, 4:46:40 PM, you wrote:

AG> I am writing an attendance system in php for my school. We have a 
AG> little less then 1000 students. For every day of the school year one 
AG> record will be entered into a table for each student representing their 
AG> attendance status (present, absent, late, etc...). I also have several 
AG> other supporting tables for relationships. When it comes to reporting 
AG> and querying this DB I am worried that it will very quickly become very 
AG> large and slow. Can mysql handle this? Are there any techniques to 
AG> speed it up? I will trying indexing major columns.

AG> I have also considered keeping all previous days attendance in a 
AG> separate table from the current days attendance and moving things over 
AG> in the middle of the night. This way any operations on the current days 
AG> data will go quickly, but reports on long term things will still be 
AG> slow. Good idea?

AG> Thanks,
AG> Adam

I think that you are worried for nothing. First of all your database
seems to be small - less than half million records.
The main think that you have to do is to organize your indexes
correctly. I mean this: for good performance and high speed working of
yor database you must have indexes on every field wich you will use in
WHERE clauses or other conditions in your SQL's.

AG> -------------------------------
AG> Adam Gerson
AG> Systems Administrator / Computer Teacher
AG> Columbia Grammar and Prep School
AG> 212-749-6200
AG> agerson@stripped

Best regards,
 Krasimir_Slaveykov                            mailto:krasi@stripped
Tel: ++359 2 97 666                                 sysadmin@stripped
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