On Dec 15, 2011, at 12:02 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> this is NOT a memory issue
> 'myisam_use_mmap' in mysqld is buggy since a long time
This is fixed in 5.1.61, 5.5.20, 5.6.5:
> we are speaking of a HP ProLiant DL 380G7 in a VMware-Cluster
> with 36 GB ECC-RAM while there are machines using InnoDB
> with 'large-pages' and some GB buffer_pool_size on the same
> host and not about some customer hardware
> Am 15.12.2011 18:22, schrieb Andrés Tello:
>> When I had memory issues, with something relatively stable, mostly is due
>> faulty ram...
>> Can you use or less ram or change fisically the ram?
>> On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 2:23 AM, Reindl Harald
>>> Am 15.12.2011 08:47, schrieb Rob Wultsch:
>>>> To be brutally honest, if you want stability you should
>>>> not be using MyISAM
>>> this is bullshit
>>> without 'myisam_use_mmap' i never saw mysqld crashing
>>> in the past 10 years, independent of the storage engine
>>>> much less a not particularly commonly used feature.
>>> mmap is not rocket science, so i do not understnd why this
>>> is not properly debugged and DEFAULT on
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