my.cnf is the configuration file for MySQL server, client programs, and utilities.

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Mysql fulltext search my.cnf optimization

I have open a question on http://serverfault.com/questions/353888/mysql-full-text-search-cause-high-usage-cpu Some user recommended asking here. We built a news site. Every day we will input tens of ...
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Insert-heavy InnoDB table won't use all my CPU

I have a packet log database, which is almost never queried. It just needs to be fast on inserts. I'm using InnoDB because I'd like to maintain ACID compliance, since even losing a single packet could ...
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16 Cores 12 GB RAM server MySql Configuration - my.cnf

The server takes 20+ seconds (wait time/slow IO response time) to response to a HTTP request even with memcached and APC installed. I believe this has something to do with MYSQL since the site as lots ...
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Installing and enabling both master and slave semisynchronous plugins on same server

I want to run a semisynchronous replication setup, and for simplicity I'd like to not have to INSTALL and UNINSTALL plugins when a slave is promoted to a master. So I'm wondering if I'll experience ...
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InnoDB errors after having deleted “ibdata1”

By accident, I have deleted the ibdata1 file in the MySQL directory because MySQL wasn't functioning correctly. After reading so many forums, I found a post that recommended deleting the 3 files ...
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How do you calculate mysql max_connections variable?

How do you calculate mysql max_connections ? What do you take into consideration ?
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MySQL 5.1 InnoDB Configuration / 24GB RAM - bi-xeon high load

i'm running a facebook app which currently has 300 - 600 concurrent users (and growing). To get the hardware ready for growing i changed my i7 / 12gb ram / 2x 80gb intel x25 ssd's (debian 5.0 / mysql ...
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Drupal 7 Uses InnoDB, so do I need other configs?

If I'm optimizing a database that will be delivering multiple Drupal 7 websites, all using InnoDB, do I need to worry about [myisamchk] & [isamchk] sections, or can I just worry about the stuff ...