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From:Johan De Meersman Date:April 14 2011 9:50am
Subject:Re: Practical connection limits MySQL 5.1/5.5
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> From: "Reindl Harald" <h.reindl@stripped>
> 
> even if you have enough memory why will you throw it away for a
> unusual connection count instead use the RAm for innodb-buffer-pool,
> query-cache, key-buffers?

Maybe the application doesn't have support for connection pooling and can't be easily
replaced. Maybe there's just that much clients instead of a central service. Maybe
there's not just a single application that uses that database.

As usual, Harald, you fail to realise that your experience does not encompass the whole of
human civilisation. You seem to have a good technical background, but it might be useful
to learn to consider problems from the point of view of the people who have them, at
times. It tends to be a much appreciated skill in the real world.



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Practical connection limits MySQL 5.1/5.5Jeff Lee13 Apr
  • Re: Practical connection limits MySQL 5.1/5.5Reindl Harald13 Apr
    • RE: Practical connection limits MySQL 5.1/5.5Martin Gainty14 Apr
    • Re: Practical connection limits MySQL 5.1/5.5Johan De Meersman14 Apr
      • Re: Practical connection limits MySQL 5.1/5.5Reindl Harald14 Apr
        • Re: Practical connection limits MySQL 5.1/5.5Zhu Chao26 Apr