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Ah, thank you! The exact string "cache=shared" gave some Google hits. This was fixed for DBD::SQLite this summer, it seems.

For a start, retrieving a given number of records from a single thread&connection is nearly 2 orders of magnitude quicker than retrieving those same records via a connection made via a single connection in a separate thread.

Two orders of magnitude slower using threads?! Sigh. Does it help to set "read uncommitted" on? (You do that in the connect string too?)

A few questions: What OS are you targeting? What does your data (schema) look like? What do your queries look like?

Honking big, multiprocessor Linux servers with Oracle and more memory than you can shake a stick at. :-) I'd like to replace an old C hack using a few GBytes of RAM for querying some subsets of a few tables really quick (quite a lot of work is required for some queries). The queries are data structures easily converted to SQL.

In reply to Re^2: Threads and DBD::SQLite? by BerntB
in thread Threads and DBD::SQLite? by BerntB

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