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Hiya, I've just moved the forum code over to using the mysql4 database class instead of the myql3 phpbb database class. Basically this means that the forums will be using ...
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    Now using mysql + transactions on forums


    Hiya,

    I've just moved the forum code over to using the mysql4 database class instead of the myql3 phpbb database class. Basically this means that the forums will be using transactions when doing backend SQL queries etc.

    Should anything suddenly break or not seem right please let me know

    Ta,

    J

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    now will this have any boost in performance? i haven't noticed any more or less speed, so will this help at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkinp4rk410
    now will this have any boost in performance? i haven't noticed any more or less speed, so will this help at all?
    This wont directly have any boost in performance. All its doing is bringing the database connection code in line with the version of mysql server im running so we can take advantage of extra features, such as transactions.

    Jason

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    what sorts of extra features?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tr_wright1
    what sorts of extra features?
    Transactions mainly.

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