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From Wolfram Huesken <...@m18.io>
Subject Re: PHP and Apache Ignite - very slow query
Date Tue, 12 Dec 2017 13:57:35 GMT

If you don't run both queries from PHP, you cannot really compare the 
results. Running queries from the mysql console means that you don't 
have to establish a connection, which takes quite some time.

You don't have to use ODBC to connect to MySQL, PDO will do a fine job 
and makes your data comparable.


On 12/12/2017 21:52, bagsiur wrote:
> Hi and thank you for your answer.
> Im not test mysql with odbc driver and at this moment my goal is to find
> more faster solution like mysql. I know that mysql is working on native
> mysql driver and ODBC is a third-party driver but this is recommended
> solution in official Apache Ignite documentation:
> https://apacheignite.readme.io/v2.0/docs/odbc-driver
> In my simple script SQL query with "limit 60500,10" mean: start with 60500
> record and give me 10 recors. So script print only 10 lines.
> So, my question is still actually. Is it possible to run Apache Ignite with
> ODBC driver to work faster with standard SQL queries then MySQL in standard
> configuration?
> Thanks for reply :)
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