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From:Gleb Paharenko Date:February 23 2005 10:09am
Subject:Re: Which version for fastest simple inserts, selects etc
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Hello.

Use the latest release (4.1.10 now). You'll get a huge speed up
using bulk inserts.


Pete Lancashire <petel@stripped> wrote:
> If I needed a brute force DB on an x86 platform would
> using Version 3 vs 4 buy me any performance today ?
> 
> 90% inserts, 5% simple selects, 5% other.
> 
> Sorry if a lame question
> 
> -pete
> 
> 


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