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From:Rafael Valenzuela Date:March 29 2011 7:56am
Subject:performance debian lenny and vmware
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Hi Carlos and all:

Our architecture is a  vm-ware virtual machine with debian lenny as S.O (64
bits),  with 4 Gb of RAM . The virtual machine is a dedicated server with
MySQL 5.0. (INDB) Attached the my.cnf file. I've searched  information about
this problem and to many persons the same have problem. My mysql server is
too slow.
And I'm   follow  this white paper
http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/Virtualization-for-MySQL-on-VMware.pdf.

Thanks a lot


2011/3/28 Carlos Proal <carlos.proal@stripped>

>
> Rafael
>
> Performance depends on several things, but none related with debian or
> vmware per se. So we need more information about you configuration (ram,
> buffers, etc) and you environment (concurrent users, transactions, etc).
> Maybe you have not tuned your mysql and it is slow because of that.
>
> Carlos Proal
>
>
> On 3/27/2011 1:14 PM, Rafael Valenzuela wrote:
>
>> Hi all:
>> I have installed mysql 5.0 on a debian lenny 64 bits, in vmware,but I see
>> that there are problems with mysql performance the server is too  very
>> slow.
>> any solution? or any idea?
>>
>>
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