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comment Is inserting into a table with a foreign key constraint slower than inserting without constraint?
The data we are inserting is write-only: it will be pulled into a reporting tool nightly, and never used by the application. So yes, a car without brakes is faster than a car with them since you reduce the weight. This is great as long as stopping is not a requirement.
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revised Is there a way to run mysqldumpslow against slow queries logged to a table?
fixed typos in query