Quiesce ALL slaves if you have master/slave DB's
Once you've implemented explain plans..check any SQL statements which produce Full Table
If so You'll want to implement Indexes on <compsite> columns for those join
conditions to implement a Unique Constraint
you will need to extract out the data and reload as The table now accepts unique data
Get familiar with export routines available via mysqladmin to export the data
recreate the Tables with the Unique column constraint
create the indexes to use those unique columns
and finally use mysqladmin to import the data to those tables
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> Date: Sun, 9 Nov 2008 12:44:29 +0100
> From: s.nait-mouloud@stripped
> To: passionate_programmer@stripped
> Subject: Re: Tuning a MySQL desktop database
> CC: mysql@stripped
> Here, you can get some help:
> Salah NAIT-MOULOUD
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> On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 12:33 PM, RP Khare <passionate_programmer@stripped
> > wrote:
> > We are testing MySQL in production environment with real data. When the
> > application is ready and all tests have been conducted well, we will finally
> > migrate to MySQL Enterprise.
> > At present our application is running on a desktop machine with MySQL 5.1
> > Community Edition installed on it. MySQL 5.1 is using default settings.
> > Machine is: Pentium 4 with 256 MB RAM.
> > What settings I need to change to tune MySQL?
> > ...............
> > Rohit.
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