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I can attest to efficiency improvements due to at least one of the notes in SQLite Optimization FAQ. Used it at a customer site once, too long ago to remember the numbers but I recall the difference was dramatic. Sample of the commands needed:
C:\Steve>sqlite test.db C:\Steve>call sqlite-STEVEM2 test.db C:\Steve>"C:\App\SQLite\sqlite3.exe" test.db SQLite version 3.3.5 Enter ".help" for instructions sqlite> pragma default_cache_size; 2000 sqlite> pragma default_cache_size=200000; sqlite> pragma default_cache_size; 200000 sqlite> .exit C:\Steve>sqlite test.db C:\Steve>call sqlite-STEVEM2 test.db C:\Steve>"C:\App\SQLite\sqlite3.exe" test.db SQLite version 3.3.5 Enter ".help" for instructions sqlite> pragma default_cache_size; 200000 sqlite> .quit C:\Steve>

In reply to Re^3: DBI::SQLite slowness (DBD::SQLite bulk insert woes) by marinersk
in thread DBI::SQLite slowness by Endless

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