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module supporting asynchronous DBI access
AnyEvent::DBI is an AnyEvent extension, you need to make sure that you use and run a supported event loop. This module implements asynchronous DBI access by forking or executing separate "DBI-Server" processes and sending them requests. It means that you can run DBI requests in parallel to other tasks. The overhead for very simple statements ("select 0") is somewhere around 100% to 120% (dual/single core CPU) compared to an explicit prepare_cached/execute/fetchrow_arrayref/finish combination.
20 March 2013
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