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Still Deserializing

Posted in Sql and Xml at Wednesday, November 19, 2003 11:54 PM Pacific Standard Time

Ok this will have to be my last post on this topic for awhile, otherwise even I might get bored with it. I received one more comment about my latest post that suggested the test scores were probably farther apart because I was using my local machine as the database. So I decided to run the tests again this morning, but instead of my local database I decided to hit the sqlxml.org server via my VPN connection to it. This should be a good simulation of a busy network since I'm going through the Internet to the remote location where my server is in order to hit my database.

Notice that the results are for one iteration, not 10 last the last test. Now one possible snag that I thought of which might be skewing these results would be the fact that all the data is encrypted as it moves between the servers. So the Base64 encoding would probably take a bigger hit since there would be more data. (Also there is some funny data in that database because I let people edit it as a demo on the sqlxml.org site)

Anyhow, I think it is interesting to see the results of using these different methods via the different connections. So that's all for now. If anyone is interested in other aspects of the test let me know and I look into it.

Friday, December 26, 2003 9:00:00 PM (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
This ALWAYS happens to me.
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<br>I start writing a comment, it gets too long, and I write an entry on my blog instead.
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<br>You can find it here: <a target="_new" href="http://udidahan.weblogs.us/archives/011400.html">http://udidahan.weblogs.us/archives/011400.html</a>
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<br>I try to cover all the issues on the disk/db debate for images.
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<br>My bottom line: Disk is better.
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