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From:Jeff Mathis Date:September 28 2004 6:30pm
Subject:Re: increasing mysql/table performance..
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one suggestion would be to get the latest mysql performance tuning book 
from o'reilly. its pretty good.
bruce wrote:
> hi...
> 
> i've got a basic question (with probably many answers)
> 
> i'm creating a php/web app that uses mysql tbls. i have a number of pages
> that do various selects using 'left joins'/'right joins'/etc...
> 
> i'm getting to the point where most of the basic logic works. now i want to
> start figuring out how to speed up the app/table interactions...
> 
> i've read/seen information regarding indexes within a table. i'm curious as
> to what i can do to speed up the response time/tbl interactions for the
> users....
> 
> thanks
> 
> -bruce
> 
> ps. if need to, i could provide sample sql statements/table defs...
> 
> 


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increasing mysql/table performance..bruce28 Sep
  • RE: increasing mysql/table performance..Ed Lazor28 Sep
  • Re: increasing mysql/table performance..Jeff Mathis28 Sep
Re: increasing mysql/table performance..Jeff Smelser28 Sep
  • RE: increasing mysql/table performance..Ed Lazor28 Sep
  • Re: increasing mysql/table performance..SGreen28 Sep
RE: increasing mysql/table performance..bruce28 Sep
  • RE: increasing mysql/table performance..Ed Lazor28 Sep
RE: increasing mysql/table performance..SGreen28 Sep