[rt-users] performance question

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Fri May 19 15:57:18 EDT 2000

It's unlikely that size of transactions will severly impact performance.
Anyone who's runnign MySQL 3.23 and willing to mess around with their database
to help increase performance should send me some personal mail...


On Fri, May 19, 2000 at 02:46:36PM -0500, Mark Steiger wrote:
> On Fri, 19 May 2000, Jeffrey H. Johnson wrote:
> > I agree, it does suck, however, on a PII/400Mhz with 256MB of RAM, we've on
> > ticket 19,500 now, and the system is very fast.  We have many hundreds of
> > megabytes of tickets archived, and the performance is very fast.  We even have
> > a custom hack to gzip old transactions, and if the transaction is a .gz,
> > it'll ungunzip it before sending it into the viewer, and still VERY fast.
> > The OS, btw, is FreeBSD 4.0, which is new, migrated from OpenBSD 2.4.  Didn't
> > have any problem on either of these BSD's, performance has always been
> > excellant, most operations are instant.
> hmmm... are those scripts available? :)  We're running into issues here on
> a smaller rt machine and performance.  I'm hoping we can get a bigger
> machine, but it may be awhile :/
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