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MySQL Querry Browser

Hi,

For MySQL query browser there is a display at the bottom of the screen that says something in the lines:

XX rows fetched in XXs (XXs)

I was wondering what the first and second values represent? CPU vs. actual time?

Also, I am getting a huge discrepency between these values - 62 rows fetched in 6.8730s ( 119.4871s ) - any ideas of why that would be?

Thank you,
Alex
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Cedric Obinna A.

8/22/2022 - Mon
Cedric Obinna A.

The first is the number of rows (that is records) returned by your query while the second is the time it took.
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bluedog666

I am sorry, I meant the two times...

62 rows fetched in 6.8730s ( 119.4871s )

6.8 vs. 119.4

Thank you,
Alex
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