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How Web Services world affect LAMP Stack

 | May 22, 2006 |  Posted In: Insight for Developers

In connection to my previous post I was thinking how Web 2.0 with its massive use of Web Services affect LAMP Stack ? Well actually there are serious difference both for client and server application development which you might want to take into account. If you’re developing Web Service Server application you will most likely […]

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Speedup your LAMP stack with LigHTTPD

 | May 21, 2006 |  Posted In: Insight for Developers

Apache Web server could frequently be bottleneck for your LAMP stack, or you might be wasting resources on your web servers. The problem with Apache server comes from “client per process” architecture which you have to stick to at least for dynamic content served by PHP or ModPerl. With “client per process” you end up […]

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Descending indexing and loose index scan

 | May 9, 2006 |  Posted In: Insight for Developers

Comments to my previous posts, especially this one by Gokhan inspired me to write a bit about descending indexes and about loose index scan, or what Gokhan calls “better range” support. None of these are actially related to Innodb tables in general – these are features MySQL should get for all storage engines at some […]

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My Innodb Feature wishes

 | May 4, 2006 |  Posted In: Insight for Developers

At Users Conference Heikki did good presentation about Innodb planned features. I did not see some of big and tiny wishes listed so I was making notes. Here is what I’d like to see Packed indexes. In many cases then difference in Performace with MyISAM and Innodb is huge for read only workload it is […]

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