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I threw together the following little benchmark in order to get some numbers on DBD::ODBC peroformance, which is just what I'm working with. I'm running both server and client on a PIII 500 PC with 128 MB of RAM, IDE hard drive, NT Server 4.0 and MSSQL 7.0. No optimization or tunning whatsoever. I would say this numbers are close to the minimum you could expect from a similar system. Performance aside I'd reccommend DBD::ODBC for maximum portability. I would also because I didn't have any problems installing it and it has behaved exactly as expected during development.
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use DBI; my $dbh; my $time = time; for(1..999) { $dbh = DBI->connect('DBI:ODBC:sqlkranon', 'sa', '') || die $dbh->err +str; $dbh->disconnect; } $dbh = DBI->connect('DBI:ODBC:sqlkranon', 'sa', '') || die $dbh->errst +r; print "1000 connects in ", time - $time, " seconds\n"; $time = time; my $rows; for(1..10000) { my $sth = $dbh->prepare("select CveAsegSeguro,CveSeguro from C_Asegu +radorasSeguros"); $sth->execute(); while (my @row = $sth->fetchrow_array ) { $rows++; } } $dbh->disconnect; print "10000 selects fetching $rows rows in ", time - $time, " seconds +\n"; __END__ Results: 1000 connects in 15 seconds 10000 selects fetching 30000 rows in 17 seconds
Good luck!

Brother Greg

In reply to Re: MS SQL Server by gregorovius
in thread MS SQL Server by Ovid

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