[fpc-pascal] msedb and fcl-db benchmarks
Coco.Pascal at xs4all.nl
Tue Jul 17 21:24:57 CEST 2007
Daniël Mantione wrote:
> Op Tue, 17 Jul 2007, schreef Coco Pascal:
>> Joost van der Sluis wrote:
>>> Discussion: What tests could I do more? Is there something I overlooked?
>> To me it seems that benchmark tests on 100000 records are missing relevance
>> more and more.
>> I'm interested in responsiveness in n-tier solutions: opening connection -
>> begin transaction - quering/updating mostly 1 or a few records - commit
>> transaction - close connection - browsing a small (<50) set of records .
>> Opening /closing connections could be skipped in this context when a
>> connectionpool is used. Also I'm interested in tests
>> selecting/updating/browsing sets larger than 1 million records, obviously
>> Consequently one could ask if one type of dataset could satisfy requirements
>> regarding performance and use of resources in both cases.
> While relevant for many software, connect and disconnet are largely
> uninterresting, as opening a connection per query scales very bad.
> Properly designed software uses connection pooling; representative
> benchmarks should assume well designed software.
I already stated that, or am I missing your point?
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