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MySQL 5.5 Guide to InnoDB Status

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MySQL exposes a collection of tunable parameters and indicators that is frankly intimidating. But a poorly tuned MySQL server is a bottleneck for your PHP application scalability. This session shows ...

MySQL exposes a collection of tunable parameters and indicators that is frankly intimidating. But a poorly tuned MySQL server is a bottleneck for your PHP application scalability. This session shows how to do InnoDB tuning and read the InnoDB status report in MySQL 5.5.

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