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Memory + query cache
Posted by: robert cuadra
Date: July 07, 2006 03:10PM

I have a table of top categories. It will contain at most 100 records. I was thinking of creating it nightly as a Memory table to increase speed. This table will be hit ALOT.

Now If I cache the select statements and results that come from this memory table will that increase the performance even more?

Or is it just a waste considering the result set is cached anyways?

Am I better off just using a regular myisam table and caching on demand with SQL_CACHE since the results are pretty static and only change nightly? This way The results and queries for the 100 records would live in the cache.

Or Am I nuts and going about this completely wrong :)

Responses and comments are much appreciated.

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