Configuring and optimising a MySQL server is highly dependent on your usage
of it. The most important question for you now is probably: which storage
engines do you use? Based on that, you should start configuring MySQL to
assign memory to optimise the usage of each as good as possible.
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On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 5:38 PM, John G. Heim <jheim@stripped> wrote:
> I've been poking around google looking for tutorials and/or quick start
> guides on optimizing the mysql server. We just upgraded our DB server from 2
> Gb of RAM to 16. But I don't know how to reconfigure mysql to take full
> advantage of it. Although, just installing the RAM seems to have made a huge
> Any suggestions for a really good tutorial on configuring the server based
> on the amount of RAM, etc?
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