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From:Brandon Pulsipher Date:April 29 1999 6:23pm
Subject:MySQL Speed on Linux
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I am trying to squeeze every bit of extra speed out of MySQL 3.22 running on
a dual processor Linux box with quite a bit of RAM.  Does anyone have
compile options or runtime options that they have found particularly
helpful.

I think we do everything at compile (-static is default, right?).  But I
have read that pgcc is faster than gcc.  Right now I compile with gcc
2.7.2.3.  Is the pgcc thing still true?  And is there a downside to using
pgcc?

Thank you.

-Brandon

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        • Re: MySQL Speed on LinuxMichael Widenius24 May
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