Re: Anyway to identify the special key_buffer_size
Date: March 24, 2012 01:22PM
How much RAM do you have? Remember to leave room for caching of _data_ blocks.
I don't know of a way to dig into the stats for each key_buffer.
I find that manually splitting things leads to more hassles, and often lowered performance.
* Splitting index/data across disk volumes
* Splitting tables across disk volumes
* Assigning tables(etc) to "tablespaces" and the like (this includes key_buffers)
* PARTITION (in some situations)
* Connection pooling
OTOH, some splits do make sense, and do improve performance:
* InnoDB buffer_pools
* Single, large, volume with files spread across them
* RAID striping
* PARTITIONs (in some situations)
Hmmm... What the last set has in common is that "I am not controlling the splits".
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