[rt-users] Purging OLD requests...

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Thu Oct 26 14:18:56 EDT 2000

Most of RT's overhead is on searching, not on updates. RT does relatively
few updates compared to the the large number of searches. 

On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 10:50:21AM -0700, bill at daze.net wrote:
> > MySQL gets severe indigestion if there are too many simultaneous updates. 
> > I have some serialization in front of the RT mail queues to try to avoid 
> > this, but I'm hoping to migrate to a different database engine for RT2. 
> > Aside from that, well, indexes are your friends.
> I have been told by the great minds at mysql.com that the indexes are what
> slows down the updates...  since it has to rewrite the indexes at every
> update.  How to other engines handle this?
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