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From:mfatene Date:June 17 2005 9:05pm
Subject:Re: can innodb_buffer_pool_size be set > 2Gb on FreeBSD?
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Hi,
i don't think so. 2 go is a limit of almsot 32-bits plateform, linux or others.
Migrate to 64-bits.

Mathias

Selon Brady Brown <brady@stripped>:

> Have any of you MySQL/FreeBSD cats successfully set
> innodb_buffer_pool_size > 2G without runing into any of the memory
> allocation problems found on Linux platforms?
>
> Although I have been given good advice to migrate to an AMD platform
> overcome this limitation (and will do so eventually), I am looking for a
> shorter-term solution to beat this 2Gb malloc limit on a 32-bit machine.
>
> Can it be done with FreeBSD? Are there any memory allocation issues when
> linking to the Linux Thread Library?  Are there other FreeBSD tuning
> measures that need to be taken?
>
> Looking forward to hearing from those who have charted this territory.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Brady
>
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can innodb_buffer_pool_size be set > 2Gb on FreeBSD?Brady Brown17 Jun
  • Re: can innodb_buffer_pool_size be set > 2Gb on FreeBSD?Jeff Smelser17 Jun
    • Re: can innodb_buffer_pool_size be set > 2Gb on FreeBSD?David Griffiths17 Jun
      • Re: can innodb_buffer_pool_size be set > 2Gb on FreeBSD?mfatene18 Jun
  • Re: can innodb_buffer_pool_size be set > 2Gb on FreeBSD?mfatene18 Jun
  • 3G address space and large memory on x86 32bit (was: can innodb_buffer_pool_size be set > 2Gb on FreeBSD?)Jeremiah Gowdy18 Jun