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First, I would upgrade to 5.5 as 5.0 is very old. The upgrade process
Second, make sure your Innodb buffer pool is allocating as much ram as
possible. I'd even go as far as adding another 8gb of ram to the
server. The buffer pool setting is going to give you the best
Also, what kind of hard disks do you have the data files on? Raid? No raid?
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On May 22, 2012, at 9:08 PM, Yu Watanabe <yu.watanabe@stripped> wrote:
> Hello all.
> I would like to ask for advice with performance tuning with MySQL.
> Following are some data for my server.
> CPU : Xeon(TM) 2.8GHz (2CPUs - 8core total)
> Memory : 8GB
> OS : RHEL 4.4 x86_64
> MySQL : MySQL 5.0.50sp1-enterprise
> Attached file
> # my.cnf.txt : my.cnf information
> # mysqlext_20120522131034.log : variable and status information from mysqladmin
> I have 2 database working with high load.
> I wanted to speed up my select and update queries not by
> optimizing the query itself but tuning the my.cnf.
> I have referred to following site,
> and read "Hiperformance Mysql vol.2" ,
> and increased the following values,
> but made not much difference.
> According to the ps and sar result
> *1 PS result
> Date Time CPU% RSS VSZ
> 2012/5/22 21:00:39 109 294752 540028
> *2 SAR
> Average CPU user 25%
> sys 5%
> io 3%
> I assume that MySQL can work more but currently not.
> I am considersing to off load 1 high load database to
> seperate process and make MySQL work in multiple process.
> It would be a great help if people in this forum can give
> us an adivice for the tuning.
> Best Regards,
> Yu Watanabe
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