consequences of using “innodb_flush_method = O_DIRECT” without having a battery backed write cache? or on a KVM guest?
Mysql 5.5.29 Innodb- 128GB Ram - 32 cores - Raid 10 SSD. Our server which is a dedicated KVM guest on a 'baremetal' is hosting our heavy read-write DB server. Everything is file-per-table. ...
We have 14 GB worth of CSV's which total 138 million rows. I imported this into a MySQL table first with InnoDB, and then tried again with MyISAM. In both cases, a simple SELECT on primary key ...
Even though we are using a journaling filesystem (EXT3) with barrier enabled, is this still safer and recommended? e.g mount -o barrier=1 /dev/sda /mntpnt Reference: ...
I have a web application that runs simple logic. Most of the SQL procedures that I have only do simple selects, some simple join table and some simple inserts. I want to get a dedicated server for My ...