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From:Jeremy Zawodny Date:March 20 2002 5:24am
Subject:Re: 4.0.x memory bug on FreeBSD...?
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On Tue, Mar 19, 2002 at 09:14:36PM -0600, Dan Nelson wrote:
>
> ( I'm assuming you really want to run mysql with > 512MB of cache here )
> 
> FreeBSD by default sets a hard max datasize limit of 512MB.  To
> raise that, say, to 1gb, you'll either need to rebuild your kernel
> with "options MAXDSIZ=(1024*1024*1024)", or add the line
> "kern.maxdsiz=1073741824" to /etc/loader.conf, and reboot.

Son of a $%^*(*$*@!!!

I *knew* that.

We used to run with a 384MB key buffer, but guess who bumped it up to
512MB not too long ago (and forgot about the change).

*sigh*

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction (180 degrees from where
I was looking).

Jeremy
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