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Re: mysql 8.0.27 went crash
Posted by: y y
Date: April 20, 2022 06:20PM

Thank you for your suggestion.

If the environment can only provide 32GB memory for a single machine, what should I do? So if I can't guarantee that the data and index are in memory, won't it work normally? However, when we use MySQL 8.0.11, it does not crash. At most, there are some slow SQL, resulting in excessive CPU consumption. Since upgrading to MySQL 8.0.27, it has crashed frequently. Is it caused by some problems such as bugs in this version of MySQL?
In addition, yes, we use the virtual memory of windows. Should we disable the use of virtual memory?

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