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Re: MySQL and Hyperion Performance Suite
Posted by: Jay Pipes ()
Date: September 26, 2005 08:26AM

Remember that using straight Access is *very* different from using MySQL through Access and ODBC. MySQL is a *relational database management system* (server), whereas Access is a local desktop database. When issuing queries returning 190K rows in straight Access, the data is already on the local machine. When using MySQL, you're pulling 190K records across an ODBC connection which is *much* slower.

As for specific queries, try posting the output of an EXPLAIN SELECT for some of your queries, and we can give specific advice regarding index tuning.

Jay Pipes
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MySQL and Hyperion Performance Suite paolo 09/26/2005 07:39AM
Re: MySQL and Hyperion Performance Suite Jay Pipes 09/26/2005 08:26AM
Re: MySQL and Hyperion Performance Suite paolo 09/29/2005 08:34AM
Re: MySQL and Hyperion Performance Suite Jay Pipes 09/29/2005 09:44AM
Re: MySQL and Hyperion Performance Suite Matthew Shoup 11/03/2005 12:46AM


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