Just to make it clear; I mean thread_concurrency, not
From: Alex Arul Lurthu [mailto:alex.lurthu@stripped]
Sent: Wed, 29 August 2007 10:10
To: Andrew Braithwaite
Subject: Re: thread_concurrency in linux
I am not sure whether you are talking about innodb_thread_concurrency.
If so please check out
y> for more details. Innodb_thread_concurrency works on linux.
On 8/29/07, Andrew Braithwaite < andrew.braithwaite@stripped
<mailto:andrew.braithwaite@stripped> > wrote:
Does anyone know if thread_concurrency works in linux or is it
limited to Solaris and Windows?
I know the general rule is number of CPU's*2 but will this
any effect with Linux's threading model?
Thanks for any help :)
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