[thelist] MySQL as CMS

Paul Bennett paul at teltest.com
Wed Nov 6 14:09:00 CST 2002


>Taxing the database might not be as bad a problem as you think - we've
>built a similar system, and all the database query functions (as well as a
>few others) have built-in caching mechanisms that store the results, in
>php's serialized form, in temporary files.
I have never heard of this before, and have worked with php/MySQL for
the past year and a half. What is involved in caching database queries
"in php's serialized form, in temporary files" ? Just a very brief
outline would be helpful :)


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