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DatabaseLink`: MySQL query with client/server compression
I'm trying to reduce transfer time when accessing rows of a mysql table over a network, where each row has a lot of data. Is there a way to enable client-server compression when accessing a mysql ...
Jan 20 '13 at 17:45
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