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Some Reasonable Defaults for MySQL Settings

Article Source Linux Magazine
November 15, 2009, 8:53 pm

A few weeks ago we ran into another set of a problems that pointed at suboptimal default settings in MySQL. Frustrated, I realized that I had a good collection of these problems and decided to rant about them on my blog. Having had a bit of time to think about what I said and talk to some other folks about it, I feel like it’s worth expanding what I wrote and sharing it with a wider audience.

Oh, you may be wondering where the third part of my CouchDB series is. A combination of things conspired against me this week, not the least of which seems to be the issue known as COUCHDB-345 in the bug tracking system used by the Apache Software Foundation. I’m still trying to work out the root of the problem(s) I’m seeing. Hopefully I will return to that soon–things were just starting to get interesting...

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