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You can cache and store the MySQL query result in your web server RAM memory, utilizing PHP WinCache. Or another PHP opcode cache like Opcache for that matter. This’ll increase database and PHP performance.
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By using the Cache.php PHP class of the Zend Framework, you can relatively easy cache MySQL query results to disk. This ensures faster consecutive results and speeds up execution. In this context, caching means: execute a MySQL query once and save the result in a temporary file. For every time that same query is executed, you can simply use the result stored in your disk cache file, as long as the database hasn’t changed. Often it is faster to save this on the web server than having it to redo the query every time.