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From ras...@bellglobal.com
Subject Re: *sql driver
Date Wed, 19 Nov 1997 20:37:11 GMT
> >That doesn't have to be true.  The way it is done in PHP3 is to optionally
> >keep the connection between the httpd and the sql engine open for the
> >life of the httpd process.  Most of the slowness from a keyed query is in
> >establishing the connection between the calling client and the SQL server.
> 
> Right.  I'd call PHP in this case the middleware layer :)

Ok, but what I meant was that it wouldn't be that hard to make mod_auth_*sql
keep the connection open.  There isn't much of a layer needed.  Then again,
the whole world could just start using mod_php3 or mod_perl to do all
authentication.  

-Rasmus



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