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Re: [drizzle-discuss] Query Cache syntax
Ok, we can look at it this way: there is a shared cache, and then a user by
issuing a :
*set Query_Cache enable;*
is actually saying that he will use and populate the shared cache,
(Fundamentally different from just disable or enable ^_^ )
For variables like expiry time, I think it's trickier, because one user A
will cache a query and set the expiry time to X then the user B will be
bound to this time if he execute the same query. But I can't figure any case
where that would be an issue.
I'll go ahead with session variable to see how it works
thank you very much.
2010/8/5 Tim Soderstrom <tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Yes but simply enabling the cache for the session would enable the
> functionality, no? How the cache actually works could be independent of
> whether or not a user is actually using it?
> On Aug 5, 2010, at 3:05 PM, djellel eddine Difallah wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Thanks for the suggestions.
> > The cache is designed to be cross session. a use A can retrieve the
> > result of the same query executed by a user B. I don't know if setting
> > session variables will make any sense.
> > ~DeD
> > 2010/8/5 Brian Moon <brian@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >> On 8/5/10 2:13 PM, Tim Soderstrom wrote:
> >>> Well, that's my point about per-session. You can just enable the
> >>> cache as part of your connection setup sequence and call it done.
> >> I think that is not very DBA friendly. A DBA may not have access to the
> >> code and even if they could, getting changes pushed through in code in
> >> places can be a nightmare.
> >> I think the the option to have it default ON with the ENABLE/DISABLE
> >> commands gives everyone the most power.
> >> --
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