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Safely changing innodb_buffer_pool_size on MySQL replication master?

We have a MySQL server which is a replication master. We need to change the innodb_buffer_pool_size and innodb_flush_method to (hopefully) improve performance as the database has grown. What is the ...
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I have two servers on my replica set. Let's call it the master and the slave, for the purpose of this discussion. The master was the original one, and the slave was replicated from that master. At ...
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I've set up a Postgres database on a server with 2 CPU cores, 4GB of RAM and an SSD volume (on top of RAID 10 of course). This is our (sort-of) "beefy" production database server (I can easily add ...
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