Two urgent question

hi, i’ve these two question:
the first is about paginator, is good to use it or is it better
something else (about performance)?
the second is, because i can’t check tail -f dev.log for each page, is
there any method to show how many queries a pages has done? and maybe
also the loading time?
help :frowning:

thanks

user wrote:

hi, i’ve these two question:
the first is about paginator, is good to use it or is it better
something else (about performance)?

Pagination works fine for speeding up queries that would otherwise
return lots and lots of data.

the second is, because i can’t check tail -f dev.log for each page, is
there any method to show how many queries a pages has done? and maybe
also the loading time?

Nothing built into rails for this. Although you can do stuff like:
http://weblog.jamisbuck.org/2007/1/8/watching-activerecord-do-it-s-thing

Alex W. wrote:

Pagination works fine for speeding up queries that would otherwise
return lots and lots of data.

ok :slight_smile:

Nothing built into rails for this. Although you can do stuff like:
http://weblog.jamisbuck.org/2007/1/8/watching-activerecord-do-it-s-thing

is not possible have something write directly in the view?
like: database queries: 15, loading time: 0.05432 sec
also with external plugins…if exists… i tried query stats, but it
doesn’t work, and i don’t know why… :frowning:

user wrote:

Alex W. wrote:

Pagination works fine for speeding up queries that would otherwise
return lots and lots of data.

ok :slight_smile:

Nothing built into rails for this. Although you can do stuff like:
http://weblog.jamisbuck.org/2007/1/8/watching-activerecord-do-it-s-thing

is not possible have something write directly in the view?
like: database queries: 15, loading time: 0.05432 sec
also with external plugins…if exists… i tried query stats, but it
doesn’t work, and i don’t know why… :frowning:

Try this one:
http://agilewebdevelopment.com/plugins/browserlogger

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