Gabriel B. wrote:
Then you need to use transactions, which fill your purpose :) I
presume you're using MySQL or Postgres, google for START TRANSACTION and
You can't send multiple queries in an SQL statement. You can just
split that in two separates queries. It's not really slower by any
I'm not really concerned about performance. i'm *really* concerned
about race conditions.
I have more than 3mi hits per day. the chance that two pairs of
queries will run consecutively is imense.
-- Bruno Ferreira