A long shot - but I wonder if any have experiences similar to us.
Every 2nd day or so our MySQL server hangs - and we have narrowed this
down to the moment when the binary log files rotate.
Other than that our experiences having migrated from SQL Server to MySQL
are VERY positive.
We use the InnoDB database engine
We have about 6o tables some of which are "medium" sized tables (about
65 million rows)
We have many transactions per second on some of the tables (including
the medium size tables)
I have added an entry to the forums for this (and also raised a bug)
unfortunately we have had no answer yet -
We cannot reproduce the problem at will but we are sure that each time
it occurs the log file is about to switch over.
I realize this is a long shot but we are getting a bit desperate to
solve this problem now - so any help/pointers would be appreciated.
I can't imagine this is a general problem otherwise I assume there would
be more entries on the forums and bugs - but I am wondering if it is
related to the size of our binary log files/memory and the InnoDB
buffers we have.
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