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Re: InstantDB: InstantDB Performance Test


Fadoua

Attached are the files you need.

Regards

Peter Hearty
Lutris Technologies UK Ltd.
-----Original Message-----
From: Fadoua Ouerdiane <ouerdiane@internolix.com>
To: instantDB@enhydra.org <instantDB@enhydra.org>
Date: 08 May 2000 17:04
Subject: InstantDB: InstantDB Performance Test


Dear Peter

I thank you much for your excellent service.
Can you send me please the file "Perf.txt", for testing the performance of
my InstantDB Database.

I appreciate hour help and thank you in advance .

with best regards
============================
Dipl.-Inf. Fadoua Ouerdiane
manager

Internolix Tunisia
Immeuble l'arche du lac 2eme etage
2045 les berges du lac deTunis
Tel: +216 [0] 1 960 599
Fax: +216 [0] 1 960 576
email: internolix.gnet.tn

20000
d jdbc.idbDriver;

o jdbc:idb=sample.prp;

e SET EXPORT '.\\perf.log' FIXEDLENGTH COLNAMEHEADER ROWNUMBERS CONTROLCOL SUMMARYHEADER TRACE 2 CONSOLE;

e DROP TABLE auto1;
e IMPORT auto1 FROM "auto1.txt" USING "schema.ini";

e CREATE INDEX pkIndex ON auto1 (pk);

e UPDATE sample$db$Cols 
	SET cachecond=2,cacheamnt=100 
	WHERE colname="int1" 
	AND tableid=(
		SELECT t.tableid 
		FROM sample$db$tables t 
		WHERE tablename="auto1");
e UPDATE sample$db$Cols 
	SET cachecond=2,cacheamnt=100 
	WHERE colname="str1" 
	AND tableid=(
		SELECT t.tableid 
		FROM sample$db$tables t 
		WHERE tablename="auto1");
c close;


o jdbc:idb=sample.prp;
e SET EXPORT '.\\perf.log' FIXEDLENGTH COLNAMEHEADER ROWNUMBERS CONTROLCOL SUMMARYHEADER TRACE 2 CONSOLE;
;r 1000;
;c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
c time;

e IMPORT auto1 FROM "auto1.txt" USING "schema.ini";

e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
c time;

e IMPORT auto1 FROM "auto1.txt" USING "schema.ini";

e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
c time;

e IMPORT auto1 FROM "auto1.txt" USING "schema.ini";

e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE pk=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int1=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE int2=9;
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str1="9";
c time;
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
e SELECT * from auto1 WHERE str2="9";
c time;
q SELECT COUNT(*) FROM auto1;

c close;

sample.prp

schema.ini