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From:a.smith Date:September 21 2010 12:45pm
Subject:Re: document for mysql performance improvement
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If its an IO problem the first and easiest thing to do is (probably)  
look at your disk subsystem. You can easily achieve higher disk IO by  
increasing the number of disks and implementing something like  
RAID1+0. What is your current disk configuration?

Andy.





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