I'm doing queries on tables with 45,000 rows in one table and 1-2000 rows in
another.. I think the queries are failing due to timeout on the server.
The server is not dedicated to me and I may not be able to affect the
timeout settings...though I'll ask my hosting company (Positive Internet).
If I decide to do the queries on my local PC (I don't need or want to do
them over the internet),
(1) do I have to set up my PC as a server,
(2) if so what's the quickest and easiest server to get started with,
(3) are there complications running the server on the same PC as the client
applications (ie my PHP code),
(4) do I then download MySQL and PHP onto it, though I read PHP comes
bundled with MySQL,
(5) will it become clear to me what host name/IP address to use to connect
to the database (up to now I've been told by the hosting company).
Any other suggestions on timeouts on queries?
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