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Apr 14, 2007, 16:58 #1
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Would it hurt the system performance too much to store log data in both a text file and a database. The plain text file will be good for if the database crashes or the application dies (reading log information from inside phpmyadmin can't be good). Storing the logs in a database as well would be good to integrate into the backend of the application so the admins can search and sort the log in a nice user interface.
But would it hurt system performance to much to be performing mysql queries and writing to a file on a regular basis? Or should it be alright?
Apr 15, 2007, 09:54 #2
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I guess it depends on how much is being written and how often. ie. if by "on a regular basis" you mean several times a second, then yes, I imagine it would seriously effect performance.Big Change Coming Soon - if you want your PMs save them now!
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