We have a table of MEMBERS_ONLINE in a BBS application, and this table will have lots of DMLs, say 3 insert and 3 delete and 9 update per second, and the total rows number keeps on about 3,000.
What's your opinion to deal with it? I think Oracle is very inefficient in this case cause of undo and redo records generated along, and temporary table is impossible here for every session need to query this table.
I guess that a global memory collection maintained by JSP program would be a feasible solution?
Last edited by Calvin_Qiu; 04-05-2003 at 03:01 AM.
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