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From:Rick James Date:August 2 2012 5:02pm
Subject:RE: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on mac
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expire_logs_days=7
and restart the server.
Keep log-bin if you have replication or want a certain flavor of backup.
my.cnf file changes do not take effect until you restart mysqld.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Elim Qiu [mailto:elim.qiu@stripped]
> Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2012 9:56 AM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on mac
> 
> I don't really know how to use those files and so like to know how to
> stop populating them. or at least control the number and size of them.
> 
> I'm running os x 10.6.8, mysql Server version: 5.1.61-log MySQL
> Community Server (GPL)
> 
> I tried comment out the line "log-bin=mysql-bin" and those mysql-
> bin.xxxxxx files in the data directory. It causes mysql server starting
> failure.
> 
> So what's advise here? Thanks
> 
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manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on macElim Qiu2 Aug
  • Re: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on macRik Wasmus2 Aug
    • Re: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on macRik Wasmus2 Aug
      • Re: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on macVikas Shukla2 Aug
        • Re: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on macElim Qiu2 Aug
          • Re: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on macRik Wasmus3 Aug
  • RE: manage mysql-bin.xxxxxx files on macRick James2 Aug