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Such a tool would be almost completely worthless in practical use. max_connections has nothing to do with performance. It's a safety mechanism to prevent a runaway application from making so many connections that the server becomes overwhelmed. The value makes absolutely no difference unless you are using that many connections. It is also a value that ...


I have been using from for years. It's not automatic, it analyses and makes recommendations. Good for part time dba's like me.


Im not sure about a script but you can build your own based on MySQL recommendations and good practices shared by experts here: InnoDB Buffer Pool Hit Rate How much memory do I need for innodb buffer pool? Optimal Number of MySQL InnoDB Buffer Pool Instances Making sense of INNODB buffer pool stats How to clear/flush mysql innodb buffer pool? MySQL ...

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