Yep. There's rather extensive documentation on http://www.mysql.com. You'll
need to read it and compare to the metrics you're taking off your own
server, draw conclusions and apply them to your setup.
You *are* pulling metrics, aren't you, and not hoping for some magic wand to
make it all happen ?
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 2:37 PM, vokern <vokern@stripped> wrote:
> We are using mysql-5.1 with innodb engine for a web 2.0 application.
> But we found that the performance is not that good, i.e, the IO load
> sometime is high, the query is timeout.
> We run ubuntu server Linux, with apt-get for installing mysql.
> So is there any good document for improving mysql performance? Thanks.
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