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Re: Innodb unexplained IOs
Posted by: Jeff Cobb ()
Date: February 04, 2005 01:25PM

Great - thanks James. Assuming this is what is going on, is it safe to migrate the database
to a new machine (one with a lot more RAM) while this activity continues? The migration
is to be done via a mysqldump on the current machine piped into mysql on the new machine.

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Re: Innodb unexplained IOs 2152 Jeff Cobb 02/03/2005 06:23PM
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Re: Innodb unexplained IOs 2192 Jeff Cobb 02/04/2005 01:25PM
Re: Innodb unexplained IOs 2171 James Day 02/04/2005 01:44PM


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