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Re: No caching - or brutal performance - for repeat queries 4.1.8nt
Posted by: Ed Tilley
Date: December 28, 2004 01:58AM

Your question of port 3306 is a good one that I've already checked out.

I am running the query via a php/html script and, in this web-based application's case, the query is run by the web server (the client) - which is also the same server as my MySQL database (the server). From a remote (outside the firewall user), I get access to the data - just poor performance - and opening port 3306 on my firewall doesn't improve anything. Is there a better configuration for these ports with applications running this way?

I suspect that you are right in suspecting the performance problem lies elsewhere - I mentioned that sessions inside the firewall are blazing-fast. Outside, performance sucks - see for yourself at; suggest you try the "search for homes" query to see what I mean - but really, all php requests seem slow. This site screams on the local network.

When remote (outside the firewall users) execute these queries, the CPU hits 100% for 2-5 seconds and php.exe is the process that's consuming the processor's time.

Thanks again for help !


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