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From:Johan De Meersman Date:February 4 2011 7:56pm
Subject:Re: writing to disk at a configurable time
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InnoDB definitely has some parameters you can play with, but I've never
actually done so myself.


On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 8:09 PM, Vinubalaji Gopal <vinubalaji@stripped>wrote:

> Hi all,
>  I wanted to know if Mysql allows me to configure it such that the
> writes to disk happen at a configurable time or after the buffers have
> enough data. Say there are 10 clients connecting to mysql and each one
> is inserting a row - I want to only write to disk when the buffer has
> enough data (say all the 10 rows are written to the main memory) or at
> some configurable interval. I know there could be  a data loss in this
> case (if a crash happens before the buffer is written to disk) but I
> am willing to take that risk in the application.
>
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writing to disk at a configurable timeVinubalaji Gopal4 Feb
  • Re: writing to disk at a configurable timeJohan De Meersman4 Feb
    • RE: writing to disk at a configurable timeRolando Edwards4 Feb
      • Re: writing to disk at a configurable timeVinubalaji Gopal5 Feb
Re: writing to disk at a configurable timeCui Yuming5 Feb