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Geolocating Database Performance
Posted by: Ted Piotrowski
Date: January 24, 2005 01:05AM

I recently purchased a geolocating database to track the location of the users that access my website. I imported it into mysql as a single table, but the database is fairly large >300MB. I find that query times on it are substantially slower than they are for other databases I use. (The tables are correctly indexed)

Since this database is basically read-only, is there some way I can exploit this characteristic to increase performance. Keep it stored in RAM, eliminate concurrency, logging, etc.

Server stats: 3.0 Ghz Pentium Xeon, 2GB Ram

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