On Tue, 28 Aug 2007 13:31:43 -0400, "Michael Dykman" <mdykman@stripped>
> No, I'm afraid not. 32 bit architectures have a theoretical limit of
> 4G of memory space for the entire application: in actual practice, for
> a variety of reasons too complex to go into here (and are well
> documented elsewhere) your key buffer should be limited to around 2.5G
> max, and this is assuming a pure MyISAM implementation. There simply
> is no way a 32 bit build can make use of all that RAM, regardless of
Do you mean the entire mysqld server including its child,modules should
only use 4G memory?
If so,the config below for 32 bit OS is may wrong,is it?Thanks.
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