>>>>> "root" == root <root@stripped> writes:
root> The performance of MySQL is fine when run without and arguments, ie by just
root> executing libexec/mysqld directly.
root> When given certain arguments to increase buffers and memory usage,
root> performance drops noticably when doing a lot of insert, update and selects.
root> Again this happens with the binary distribution and the source distribution.
root> Start mysqld without arguments and make it sweat.
root> Then start safe_mysqld with the following arguments:
root> -O table_cache=256
root> -O key_buffer_size=96M
root> -O record_buffer=8M
root> -O join_buffer=8M
root> -O sort_buffer=8M
root> -O wait_timeout=120
root> At least this works for _me_. This probably depends on how much memory you
Don't increase the following if you don't know what they really mean :)
(They are documented in the MySQL manual)