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From:Adam Powell Date:June 22 1999 5:55pm
Subject:Re: 3.23
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The load is a very long story... we are running like 3,000 queries a second
and it has got to the point where a slight optimisation in socket code, or a
slightly rewritten function will make a huge difference to us.  We are using
SUN OS v5.6 on a Ultra Enterprise 450 with 1GB RAM, and we are completely
overloading the thing...


----- Original Message -----
From: Patrick Greenwell <patrick@stripped>
To: Adam Powell <adam@stripped>
Cc: Sasha Pachev <sasha@stripped>; Chris Unger <cunger@stripped>;
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 1999 10:59 AM
Subject: Re: 3.23

> On Tue, 22 Jun 1999, Adam Powell wrote:
> >
> > I have a mission-critical application that is basically COMPLETELY
> > overloaded... the load on the server is 12 and I need to do something
> > it.  I am currently using mySQL 3.22.20a - do you think upgrading to the
> > latest version is a good idea or not?  Is 3.
> > 23 safe enough to start using?
> What have you done to determine what is causing the load? What leads you
> to the belief that upgrading will make an appreciable difference as far as
> load is concerned?

Upgrading Mysql to 3.22.23bChris Unger22 Jun
  • Re: Upgrading Mysql to 3.22.23bSasha Pachev22 Jun
  • 3.23Adam Powell22 Jun
    • Re: 3.23Patrick Greenwell22 Jun
      • Re: 3.23Adam Powell22 Jun
        • RE: 3.23Douglas B. Jones22 Jun
      • Re: 3.23Sasha Pachev22 Jun
    • Re: 3.23Paul DuBois22 Jun
    • Re: 3.23Zeev Suraski22 Jun
    • Re: 3.23Benjamin Pflugmann23 Jun
  • Re: 3.23Sasha Pachev22 Jun
  • Re: 3.23Adam Powell22 Jun
    • Re: 3.23Ask Bjoern Hansen5 Jul
  • Re: 3.23Eric Peters22 Jun
  • Re: 3.23Eric Peters23 Jun
  • Upgrading Mysql to 3.22.23bMichael Widenius29 Jun
Re: 3.23(David Sklar)22 Jun