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Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning?
Posted by: Rick James ()
Date: September 10, 2010 08:00PM

What SQL statement occurs on this line?

/home1/esazzlec/public_html/config/functions.php on line 74

Sorry, I'm not going to wade through that much PHP; can you echo some of the significant queries, especially SELECTs.

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Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 3128 john hango 09/01/2010 11:17PM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1102 john hango 09/02/2010 04:09AM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1208 Rick James 09/03/2010 07:26PM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1304 john hango 09/05/2010 07:43PM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1161 john hango 09/05/2010 07:45PM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1056 john hango 09/05/2010 07:47PM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1258 john hango 09/05/2010 07:51PM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 978 john hango 09/05/2010 07:52PM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1409 john hango 09/05/2010 07:52PM
Here are some of the crons that run. 1018 john hango 09/06/2010 11:38PM
Re: Here are some of the crons that run. 1202 john hango 09/06/2010 11:39PM
Slowest query is when I click on a category on my site that has alot of products 1651 john hango 09/08/2010 11:33AM
Re: Do I have to re write querries when Partitioning? 1046 Rick James 09/10/2010 08:00PM


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