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Re^4: Threads and DBD::SQLite?by erix (Parson)
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UPDATE: numbers are partly wrong; see further discussion lower down in this thread
I experimented a bit with this, on Centos 6.5. I had only a threaded perl 5.19.7 handy.
Initially I got similar (disappointing) results, but then I found two problems with the test program:
1. It turns out that after the "Create primary index"; block, a $dbh->commit is needed to get the index to be used/committed.
2. A (much) higher rowcount $N gives more interesting results. From around N$ = 10_000 and upwards, the threaded version *is* (much) faster.
For instance, for rowcount $N = 100_000:
So, it was a good approach after all.