DBIx::Class (was Re: [ANNOUNCE] London.pm Social - Edgar Wallace WC2R, 7th May 2009)

Bob MacCallum uncoolbob at gmail.com
Thu May 7 17:06:28 BST 2009

wow, now that's what I call a profiler...

I was pretty sure the issue was Perl-side because the queries don't
show up in MySQL processlist (well, very occasionally they do).

NYTProf seems to be handling Class::DBI code perfectly.  It's pointing
to name_lc overhead (column names) which is well discussed elsewhere
so I'll start reading around.

thanks for the nudge in the right direction!


On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 4:22 PM, Joel Bernstein <joel at fysh.org> wrote:
> On 7 May 2009, at 16:16, Bob MacCallum wrote:
>> is it more efficient?  I'm running into speed problems right now as it
>> happens...
> It is, but is your app code the bottleneck rather than the DB?
>> (and to make it worse DProf/dprofpp is not reporting anything useful at
>> all)
> You may want Devel::NYTProf then. DProf has been superceded. Of course, it
> may not be your app at all.
> /joel

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