On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 12:06 AM, Rene Veerman <rene7...@gmail.com> wrote:
> unlikely. it's a apache delivered ip address.. very little chance of
> insert vulnerabilities, imho.
still, the overhead for a db escape is better than your site being trashed.
also, you could look at converting the IP to an INT(10) (at least for
IPv4) and save
ip in string - 123.456.789.123 - up to 15 bytes - varchar(15)
ip in integer format - 4 bytes - int(10)
I've done this on a variety of projects. Arjen even mentions it back in 2005:
It does make things a bit harder to read, and at one point I did get
different results when calculating it in PHP vs. MySQL (I forget when
and how, and haven't seen the issue again) but if you're looking for
IP ranges it can come in handy too - integer math is much cleaner than
IP address math :)
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