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Re: INSERT performance
Posted by: James Day
Date: December 20, 2004 04:21PM

If using InnoDB, are you wrapping the updates in a transaction? If not, try that to ensure that you don't get one log write per row update.

For all engines, if you have one parent row and many children in the other tables, try combining the updates to one row into a single insert or update statement. More comments on "speed of insert statements" are in the manual. Similar section for update.

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