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RE: 2.2.23 vs 2.3.1alpha speed compairisons
--On Monday, February 21, 2005 8:44 PM -0500 Samuel Tran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If you have 4,000 entries, why would you try and cache 100,000? You're
never going to fill that. I also don't see any idlcachesize setting
Should I set cachesize to the size of my directory, ie 4,000 ?
Ok. I forgot idlcachesize. I am not sure what size I should use here.
For the cachesize, I'd do your size + a few for growth? ;) Maybe 4400 or
The idlcachesize is explained here:
Basically it is a cache of the result set for a given query, so it will
fill up with the most commonly requested searches.
Also, is the 350 queries/second from a single process doing the query,
or multiple processes? A single process querying will never give you
the full results of the servers performance.
No each query is done by a single process.
Ah, then the result you are seeing isn't really a mark of how well the
server performs overall then. ;) In fact, the rate in this case could be
limited by how fast they querying process can perform, and not the server.
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