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SQL Bench as a separate project , released
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I'm pleased to announce the release of SQL Bench, the benchmark test suite the comes standard with MySQL, now as a separate project targeted for testing any database. I have pulled it out as a separate project so I can modify and improve it faster. With this release, I have successfully used it for testing both Drizzle and MySQL. Other RDBMSs, I have yet to test.


I modified the connection test, which part of it is to connect, run a single query for one row, disconnect, to iterate only 20,000 times vs. 100,000 times. The reason for this is to allow this test to reasonably test databases that use TCP sockets. When I added Drizzle support to SQL Bench, upon running the connect test it would fail inexplicably. After some serious testing, it was realized that since Drizzle uses TCP sockets, even when connecting to localhost, that the connect test would fail because of the

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