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Hi, monks

In my Perl code, I am now using DBIx::Simple to connect with my Database.. To update a bunch of records saved in a file, I just loop through each line in the file and update records one by one.

..[skip].. while (my $record = <$input>) { chomp $record; my ($val1, $val2, $val3) = (split(/\|/,$record))[1,3,5]; my %data = ( va => $val1, vb => $val2, ); my %where = ( vc => $val3, ); $dbh->update('myTable', \%data, \%where); }

This works quite slow. Is there any better way in DBIx::Simple or any other easy-to-use DBI ways/models to implement fast update of many records(i.e. 150K records, the table contains totally 200K records). thanks..

lihao


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