Are you using the my-innodb-heavy-4G.cnf file for your machine? i loaded
the cnf file to /etc/my.cnf. then, it fails to start. what's wrong with it?
mind to tell me on how to set the default table type equal to
innodb?perhaps, can you guide me for cnf configuration for a 6G memory
big machine for mysql? thanks again
Ady Wicaksono wrote:
> Currently i have 4 Gbyte RAM and RH 9 Linux using InnoDB
> and yes, it's stable :)
> Hiu Yen Onn wrote:
>> i have a machine with 6G memory, loaded with RHEL4. now, my question
>> is mysql support innodb as the default table type? will be stable
>> running RHEL4?
>> i saw /usr/share/mysql/my-innodb-heavy-4G.cnf file, then, i replace
>> the existing one (/etc/my.cnf). but, it failed to start the mysql
>> server. please advise. thanks?