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Hard Disk activity spike caused by mySQL
Posted by: Felix Kang
Date: March 06, 2009 04:41PM

Hi everyone,

I was wondering whether I could get some pointer/assistance with this. I used mySQL for an casual development, just a hobby. I noticed that every 2-5 minutes the server suddenly have a massive hard disk activity as if it's doing a massive write or massive read.

I don't think the querys that I use causing it because they're quite simple queries. Is there a way to configure mySQL to not wait to write into the hard disk?

In another word, write as soon as it's needed, not to wait until it has "enough data" hopefully that way I won't get spikes anymore..

Thanks in advance...


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