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Re: Can MySQL measure duration of a query (in ms)?
Posted by: Jack Dean
Date: July 18, 2004 03:06PM

I'm using the standard PHP timing technique to determine overal query time. It's not the most accurate method, but it does give me some meaningful statistics for tracking server/client load performance.

$starttime = getmicrotime();
Run Query
$querytime = substr(getmicrotime() - $starttime,0,6);

Results are plotted here:
http://www.sync2it.com/stats/server.php

Regards,

Jack Dean
http://www.sync2it.com
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