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From:Kyong Kim Date:June 10 2010 2:54am
Subject:Re: Questions regarding Query cache usage
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Absolutely. You don't want to obscure the cause by just throwing more
hardware at things.
That approach just buys you time until a bigger pile hits the fan if
the underlying issue remains unresolved.
At the same time, though, 8 MB production innodb buffer pool
allocation should be fairly high on the list of things to scrutinize.
Kyong

On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 12:12 PM, Johan De Meersman <vegivamp@stripped> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 8:04 PM, Kyong Kim <kykimdba@stripped> wrote:
>> If the memory is available, why not use it? It seems like the default
>> buffer pool size out of the box was just never changed.
>
> Agreed, of course, but if something happens on a system that is out of
> the ordinary, it's very good practice to hunt the cause down before it
> makes more undesireable things happen.
>
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Questions regarding Query cache usageMachiel Richards9 Jun
  • Re: Questions regarding Query cache usageKyong Kim9 Jun
    • Re: Questions regarding Query cache usageJohan De Meersman9 Jun
      • Re: Questions regarding Query cache usageKyong Kim10 Jun