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My immediate suspicion is that there is another my.cnf present on the system. You should run locate my.cnf and see if the reports multiple my.cnf files If there is only one my.cnf, then my.cnf is most likely in the wrong folder. It should be in one of the following places /etc/my.cnf /etc/mysql/my.cnf /var/lib/mysql/my.cnf ~/my.cnf Please check for ...
mysql started with option --defaults-file=FILE Use the specified defaults file change config.file(my.cnf)
1000 visitors per day is not a useful measure here - you want something far more precise. 1000/day could be one every minute or two, or none most of the day and many hundreds in the space of an hour. Also is a visit a single request, or a complex user story (login, do something, do something else, logout) that encompasses many requests? How many ...
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