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Except for the general log and the slow log with very small long_query_time, performance shouldn't get affected too much when on, as most logging should be written to the filesystem cache (those logs do not need to be transactional safe). There are certain combination of configuration and workloads that certainly can affect negatively performance: ...


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You have not uninstalled MySQL-server-5.6.19-1.rhel5.x86_64 and MySQL-server, maybe others. Please do not remove manually package files, as that would only make thing more problematic. I quote a similar answer I wrote some time ago: Search for mysql-related packages that are now installed: rpm -qa | grep -i mysql Delete any packages like mysql, ...


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I'm no expert on Mac OS X, but on Linux, it's relatively easy to have more than one install running side by side. I follow a procedure very much based on the one here. Download the source code. Gunzip and untar it. As a sister directory to the unzipped and untarred one, create a directory (I call it "sandbox"). From within sandbox, run "cmake ../", then ...



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