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it's the way i guess too ...
it was just no more than a ' simple Monday stuff' ....
I guess when number of row by seconds is superior to a certain amount and total operation lasts less than one second, 0 is displayed.
I suppose TOS uses System.currentTimeMillies() to get operation durations, which gives millisecs so over a certain speed, the program cannot see the difference between the beginning and the end of operation and in order to avoid a "divide by zero error" it gives an automatic 0/row by secs which is in fact an "infinite amout of rows/sec to our precision".
I think it's not very important but I have some statistics a little bit 'silly' ...
The constance is 0 second ; but for 7 rows => 1750rows/s ; and 0rows /s for 6 !!
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