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From:Johnny Withers Date:February 27 2011 10:19pm
Subject:Re: centos server's mysql version's problem
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The only 5.1 version I tried was percona's. I only tested it in
development.  Can't speak for MySQL's version. 5.5 is GA now, its supposed
to have many improvements for mulitiprocessor machines over 5.0 and 5.1.
This will be my first production install of 5.5, real traffic has not hit
yet, but it performed well in testing. Our 5.0 installs are handling about
25gb of data and 1200qps during peak hours.

On Feb 27, 2011 2:29 PM, "Yang Yang" <dapiyang@stripped> wrote:


thanks johnny

what about 5.1,did it performance better than 5.0 on centos when it has
large traffic?

5.1 is newer,but i know not newer is better


thanks again
2011/2/28 Johnny Withers <johnny@stripped>


>
> I think the version CentOS (5.5) wants to use is 5.0.77-log. I don't think
CentOS will be updat...

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centos server's mysql version's problemYang Yang27 Feb
  • Re: centos server's mysql version's problemJohnny Withers27 Feb
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