On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 9:21 AM, Luca Olivetti <l...@ventoso.org> wrote:
>>> Instead of speculating I actually tried.
>>> I created a test database with the contents of my channels.conf (only
>>> containing the number, name, frequency, source, symbol rate and the vpid,
>>> I
>>> don't think adding all the fields would change the result considerably).
>> Why would you do a test and intentionally discard necessary data
>> fields?  If you're not going to run tests using _all_ the actual data,
>> don't bother.
> Because, without indexes, sqlite will do a linear scan, so, e.g., doubling
> the data per record, will roughly double the time, and the double of
> "imperceptible" is "too little to notice".
> But that anyway would be offset by using indexes and optimizing the data
> types (e.g. in my query I used strings for parameters and source, and those
> are very inefficient, intentionally so, just to show that sqlite wouldn't be
> a bottleneck).

Then you create indexes, not discard a big portion of necessary data.

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