[PHP] Can php/mysql handle 10000s of records

2003-07-09 Thread Adam Gerson
From: Adam Gerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed Jul 9, 2003 9:48:20 AM America/New_York To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Can php/mysql handle 1000's of records? I know this questions is a little of topic, but I figured the members of this list would have experience in this area. I am writing an

RE: [PHP] Can php/mysql handle 10000s of records

2003-07-09 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] I am writing an attendance system in php/mysql for my school. We have a little less then 1000 students. For every day of the school year one record will be entered into a table for each student representing their attendance status (present, absent, late, etc...). I also have several

Re: [PHP] Can php/mysql handle 10000s of records

2003-07-09 Thread Adam Voigt
It can handle 1,000,000 records without breaking a sweat. On Wed, 2003-07-09 at 09:54, Adam Gerson wrote: From: Adam Gerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed Jul 9, 2003 9:48:20 AM America/New_York To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Can php/mysql handle 1000's of records? I know this questions is

RE: [PHP] Can php/mysql handle 10000s of records

2003-07-09 Thread Joe Harman
PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Can php/mysql handle 1s of records From: Adam Gerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed Jul 9, 2003 9:48:20 AM America/New_York To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Can php/mysql handle 1000's of records? I know this questions is a little of topic, but I figured the members

RE: [PHP] Can php/mysql handle 10000s of records

2003-07-09 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] Suprisingly MySQL is very good, as the others have said... I've been involved in a few sites that have been known to hammer the DB pretty hard.. And it's stood up to the test... Hmmm... I am sure others here can validate this... But I think the size limit for the database is about 4 gigs!!!