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Should we enable innodb_file_per_table for single tenant SaaS app (thousands of databases)

We have a mySQL backed SaaS application where each customer has their own mySQL database. So think of it like a wordpress/magento etc. database for each client. Each database has ~200 table, and we ...
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Where is the MySQL variable - innodb_flush_method?

I would like to tweak the value of innodb_flush_method to find out its performance impact on a database server. That variable is listed when I run the command SHOW VARIABLES. But I could not find it ...
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Dynamic change to innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit

This is related to this question. It does help to get better performance for InnoDB tables. According to MySQL manual, innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit is a global dynamic variable. Thus, I can change ...
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MySQL table_cache and Opened_tables

I have seen people use the comparison of Open_tables and Opened_tables to assess whether the table_cache is too small in MySQL. However, I believe that Opened_tables is cumulative across uptime, so ...
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Application Settings in Database

In the past I have stored all generic settings and configuration items such as: custom application title, home address, version, debug, etc.. all in a "settings.php" file that I would include into all ...
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Is it possible to find the values of MySQL variables if I do not have SELECT privileges on mysql.user?

I am getting a 'msyql server has gone away' error sometimes when doing a large binary insert, so I wanted to check the settings on mysql, things like wait_timeout and max_allowed_packet. However show ...