On Thu, 24 Feb 2000, Stuart wrote:
> On Thu, 24 Feb 2000 08:17:12 Cary O'Brien wrote:
> >As you've probably guessed, I'm a big database fan. Except in very
That was an invitation for heavy bombardment with SQL question, you
> >special cases, my feeling is that the effort up front in getting it to
> >work with the database will be repayed many times over in the
> >flexability of reporting. Plus knowing about RDBMSs may come in handy
> >for other tasks.
> Yeah, I'm on Cary's side here. Storing large numbers of measurement
> "tuples", matching them up with previous data (like for delta
I always feared that.
I am struggling between two main concepts about counters:
-storing them raw
-storing them smart (deltas, reboots noticed, etc)
I came up with a looong SQL statement that returned the deltas to be used
in reports, but it strained the DBserver, and was highly inefficient.
If anyone has a good one handy, that may change my perception of the
Dumping into a temporary table, then insering the real one with an SQL
trigger or something feels like an extra stage inserted only to increase
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