Sean Hinde Sean.Hinde@REDACTED
Mon Dec 16 11:58:27 CET 2002

> We have a requirement to export some historical/log data from 
> MNESIA into
> ORACLE. The data in MNESIA table is short-lived, that is, 
> once the data has
> been exported, the MNESIA table is recreated (we find it much 
> faster to
> recreate a table than to use mnesia:clear_table/1).

Someone once posted a benchmark of nmesia:clear_table/1 using the unified
heap architecture - the time for I think 100k rows dropped from 10's of
seconds to sub 1 second.

It was something to do with memory locality. Might be worth a try.


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