On 2009-07-30, Chris <dmag...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So all the time is spent travelling back to the 'client' (phpmyadmin) 
> and processing those results.
> The php-mysql bridge isn't very complicated, I doubt it's going to cause 
> these sort of delays. I would suspect phpmyadmin purely because it has 
> to process 50,000 rows, work out paging, display them, and so on.
> Is phpmyadmin on the same server as mysql?

Yes, but I daubt phpmyadmin is the culprit - a dedicated web interface I 
have written for the database has exactly the same problem. This 
interface works fast under the old version of php-/mysql and slow under 
the new one. The php code is the same.


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