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comment MySQL match() against() - order by relevance and column?
Isn't this a really heavy query?
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accepted Rewrite existing but broken symlinks with .htacces?
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comment Rewrite existing but broken symlinks with .htacces?
It makes so much sense it's embarassing I didn't look there yet. I'll test it tomorrow and accept then. Thank you!
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comment Rewrite existing but broken symlinks with .htacces?
I had no idea that the session was what prevents paralelism of large outputs with PHP! In that case I'm sure I can implement all the logic to store session independent authorization data and such. Are there any more of these functions you know of that cause sequential handling of PHP calls?
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comment Rewrite existing but broken symlinks with .htacces?
If with sessions you mean session_start(), yes that was being used by a framework that does the generating of the cache file. The performance issue is that images files are loaded sequentially when PHP outputs them even if no image manipulation is performed or any files overlap.
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revised Rewrite existing but broken symlinks with .htacces?
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comment Rewrite existing but broken symlinks with .htacces?
Using PHP is exactly what I try to avoid in this scenario, for performance issues. Outputting files using PHP causes PHP to lock for the duration of the output. In larger galleries this is too slow. The symlink is generated by PHP ahead of time to mark you have permissions to generate the target file if it does not exist.
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