Daniel Morgan <damor...@x.washington.edu> wrote in message <news:1069538755.832436@yasure>...The paper says explicitly, "Certainly, LIO processing is the dominant
> Michael J. Moore wrote:
> > Checking in late on this one but my reaction to what Mr. Millsap is saying
> > Also, there is that old adage, "If it is too good to be true, it probably
> > So, if the hit ratio is fairly low, and you know your SQL is well tuned,
> > But this raises some questions in my mind that some of the gurus in here may
> > "When is a PHYSICAL IO NOT A Physical IO? and does it matter?"
> > Goodbye science, hello art.
> > Mike
> Not claiming guru status but I'll give you my opinion:
> If it ain't broke don't fix it. By which I mean that there enough
> I've yet to see the database application where such esoteric issues
> Which doesn't mean the topic isn't important but rather the point out
workload component in a competently managed system."
I'd say you should be considered a guru, since you've hit right on the
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