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When we moved from DB_File type data storage to SQL backend, I was so sure that the sudden performance hit was because of a slow connection and the way I was fetching the data from the backend...

Then I was suggested to use Devel::Dprof and boy, turns out it was something totally different -- it was the fact that I was converting database time into epoch time

I ended up changing the entries in the database to epoch time, and the execution time was cut down to about 1/3 of what it used to be

Yes, Devel::Dprof rocks.

In reply to Re: Devel::Dprof is your friend by lestrrat
in thread Devel::Dprof is your friend by Ovid

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