Mr_Cat - 10:15 pm on Feb 1, 2012 (gmt 0)
Out of curiosity, anyone any idea just what the typical breaking point is for an sql database?
I mean if you had a snippet of code on every page that updated a datetime field in a log table for the currently logged in user of a site, how many users would you need online at the same time browsing lots of pages and changing the timestamp on all their respective table rows every couple of seconds?
How many queries do you have to send before it starts feeling the pressure... :D
Any thoughts much appreciated