dear ignite gurus,
    I have 2 questions about ignite jdbc:

1. why ignite creates two jdbc driver: jdbc thin vs. jdbc client node

2. I tried the jdbc client node driver lots of times on loading data from
Oracle. it is about 6k+ rows. and the sql statement -  "select xxx/count
(*)" takes more ms than query from oracle directly. for instance: select
count(*) takes 300ms.... but takes 30ms on oracle directly. 

so please clarify the ignite jdbc performance advantage, thanks really ~~~

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