How big is the data in your application?
I'd say that that is enough in hardware.
Don't forget to configure in my.cnf:
# Try number of CPU's*2 for thread_concurrency
thread_concurrency = 2
(my case, 1 CPU, then = 2)
in your case'll be "thread_concurrency = 4"
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Eaton" <jj@stripped>
Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 11:32 PM
Subject: Resources required for MySQL 5.1 on Win2k Server
> We've been running MySQL 3.23 for several years using only MyISAM tables.
> I'd like to install MySQL 5.1 on another server with the same specs as the
> one currently running 3.23. The 3.23 server will need to continue running
> for a legacy application that can't be upgraded, but I'd like to move most
> of our other application data from 3.23 MyISAM to 5.1 InnoDB tables. The
> servers are dual PIII 1.26 GHz, with 2GB of ram and the current server
> handles the load with no problems. Would running 5.1 with InnoDB tables
> require much more in the way of server resources?
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