I'm having a frustrating problem where setting my.cnf to values higher than I currently have them does not 'take'. This is MySQL 5.6.14 on MacOS X 10.8.3 I'm trying to address dropped connections ...
There are over 90+ MS SQL Servers (SQL Server 2005, 2008 and 2012). All in the same Windows domain (but physically all over the world). How to give a domain user (administrative, or other) ...
I've got a dedicated production server with multiple cpus and 16GB of ram. I would like to know how can I configure it better to take advantage of the server resources for better performance because ...
I'm responsible for administrating an instance of SQL Server 200x which has the misfortune of serving as a backend to a turnkey application written with a disgusting performance problem. It repeatedly ...
I'm responsible for overseeing an application which uses SQL Server as its backend storage solution. Unfortunately, the application has no concept of how a RDBMS should be utilized and seems to use it ...
I have checked for other occurences of my.cnf and I have found only one occurrence of /etc/my.cnf. Then, I went ahead to fix in my values, e.g. query_cache_size etc. After saving and literally ...