[pmwiki-users] Would the sqlite recipe gain anything in storing pages in separate tables based on group?
alexeftimiades at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 07:31:16 CDT 2012
As I mentioned in previous questions, my wiki does a pagelist (or two)
every time a page loads. It usually does a search for back links and/
or pagetextvariables. My goal was to make the system more scalable at
such point that I have several thousand, or even a million pages.
So in short, I was under the impression that databases are good for
searching, and my wiki is structured around a lot of searching.
On Aug 7, 2012, at 8:17 AM, tamouse mailing lists wrote:
> I am curious: what advantage were you seeking by using a database
> store for the pages?
> On Aug 6, 2012 7:12 PM, "Alex Eftimiades" <alexeftimiades at gmail.com>
> I just got the sqlite recipe working with all the pages
> switched over to the database, and after looking at the database
> structure, I thought it was odd that it did not use separate tables
> for different groups. I would think this would cut down on the time
> it takes to access pages, but I could be wrong. I do not know very
> much about databases in general. I was just wondering whether this
> was worth working on.
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