Question3Replies39Views×Close popoverAnand Jha (ANANDJHA) American Express LSA American Express IN View Profile ANANDJHA Member since 2010 13 posts American Express Posted: February 24, 2020Last activity: February 24, 2020Posted: 24 Feb 2020 12:35 ESTLast activity: 24 Feb 2020 22:51 EST DB Table insert vs log which is better for performanceHi Which is better to track something, log or DB? frequent and huge data will be updated Low-Code App Development Lead System Architect ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 10 months agoPosted: 24 Feb 2020 12:57 EST×Close popoverMarc Lasserre (MarcLasserre_GCS) PEGA Principal Software Solutions Engineer PEG FR View ProfileMarcLasserre_GCS PEGA replied to ANANDJHAHello, Difficult to tell you exactly what to do here. What do you want to track exactly? What do you need to store? Posted: 10 months agoPosted: 24 Feb 2020 22:51 EST×Close popoverAnand Jha (ANANDJHA) American Express LSA American Express IN View ProfileANANDJHA American Express replied to MarcLasserre_GCSI am thinking of tracking usage of some data instance which is very frequently used and is huge in list.I want to utilize this to remove un-used/not relevant instance of data type.I want to be very careful about not impacting the performance as this data type is refered at almost every server interaction. Posted: 10 months agoPosted: 24 Feb 2020 15:37 EST×Close popoverHarish Gunneri (Harish_GCS) PEGA Senior Software Solutions Engineer Pegasystems Inc. US View ProfileHarish_GCS PEGA replied to ANANDJHAFile I/O is usually faster than the DB access. Also Considering DB as a different server, logging operation(I/O) is considered local.