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From:Peter Brawley Date:November 30 2002 4:50am
Subject:Re: Default MySQL Buffer Cache size
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You mean bdb_cache_size, binlog_cache_size, max_binlog_cache_size,
thread_cache_size, or thread_cache_size?

PB

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From: "Geetika Tewari" <gtewari@stripped>
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Subject: Default MySQL Buffer Cache size


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> Does anyone please know the default MySQL buffer cache size?
> I didn't set it while doing a source install and I'm wondering what it is?
> Thanks.
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