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I got a dual 800Mhz with 1gb of RAM

now.. it is up to 30 queries/sec avg .... up to how many queries can I go?!


those are mainly queries that add logs ..

and what would be the best way to spread the logs?
I mean.. should I only keep the today's log in one table.. and at each day, transfert yesterday's log into another table? cuz it logs about 200k things per day..

so when stats page loads.. it takes quite a while ;-(
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higijj
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higijjAuthor Commented:
anything more robust than MySQL that is free or almost free for unix?

progresql ?
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us111Commented:
logs ?? web server logs??
you can find some benchmark on www.mysql.com.
That's a really good question?? how many queries mysql could support.....??

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lampslaveCommented:
us111 is right go to MySQL site Ull find a lot of Benchmarks there !!!
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Richard QuadlingSenior Software DeveloperCommented:
You are likely to find that the limit is really based upon the system it is running on.

Server speed, drive speed, caching, etc will limit the actually throughput.

The server may also be configured to restrict the throughput (bandwidth constriction) to stop flooding
of the server.

Regards,

Richard Quadling.
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