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Thread: mySQL Caching

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    mySQL Caching

    is anyone on the forums expieienced with this? Id liek to pick there brains if so


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    Hey...thansk for the answer

    Basically, I have a desktop application that queries my database.

    I've been looking o optomisation tehcniques and this came up.

    I've enabled caching on my database, but I'm kind of lost when it comes down to the more advanced 'features', like setting the minimum chache size etc.

    My app only request small datasets, but they are requested frequently, I've read this can cause fragmenting of the severs memory and leads to performance issues as a back lash.

    Are you aware of any good resources I coudl use to optomise this?

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    i don't know much about the advanced features either. i'll poke around over the next day and see what i can come up with. i'm interested to see how much this can impact speed.

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    cool man...let me know your findings, im particularly interested in any methods there are for testing the server ...be awesome to be able to test optomised against unoptomised etc

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