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mysql 8.0.27 went crash -- continued
Posted by: y y
Date: April 23, 2022 07:23PM

Sorry. Because It occur "This is a moderated forum. Your message will remain hidden until it has been approved by a moderator or administrator",when I reply the,704031,704031#msg-704031.

So I make a new topic to post the analysis of my mysql db.

I run the analysis follow 。 And the results are as follows:

Database load:

engine	data	indexes	total
InnoDB	84.08 GB	58.25 GB	142.33 GB
CSV	0.00 GB	0.00 GB	0.00 GB
TOTALS	84.08 GB	58.25 GB	142.33 GB

Performance metrics:

item	rate	suggestions
Slow queries/sec	    0	      Enable slow query log
Unindexed queries/sec	    0	      Find & optimise unindexed queries
Full table scans/sec	    240.63    Find & optimise queries that do full table scans
Total InnoDB load / buffer pool size  14.23	Increasing innodb_buffer_pool_size may improve performance
InnoDB buffer pool inefficiency	      0.21	Grow innodb_buffer_pool_size if > 2% or if innodb_buffer_pool_size < 70% of RAM
InnoDB pages read and buffer pool    0.24	As above
InnoDB log thrashing	             0.01	Best near 0.5; if well under 0.5, grow innodb_log_file_size, shrink if much larger
Est. best InnoDB log file size	     32MB	Average hour of writes rounded up to 32MB boundary
Mins between InnoDB log rotation     4.91	Grow log size if < 30 min, shrink if > 60 min**
Query cache hits/sec		                If high, grow query_cache_size up to 50
Query cache spills/sec		                If < 5, try turning query cache off
MyISAM buffer hit ratio		                If < 10, grow key_buffer_size
MyISAM key read rate	             0	        Should be high when the buffer is full
MyISAM key write ratio		                Much higher than 1 suggests a disk write bottleneck
MyISAM query cache hits/inserts		        If < 5, consider disabling the cache
Temp tables created/sec	            0.02	Grow tmp_table_size, max_heap_size. Use Heap tables in queries
Database changes/connection		        Use db.table syntax
Processes/connection	            0.41	If high, grow thread_cache_size
Queries/sec	                   1266.14	Over 1K is busy: you may need better hardware
Inserts/sec		                        Over 10K is busy, you may need better hardware
Table scan next row seeks/sec	   138037.52	If high, there are queries that need optimising, esp. with covering indexes
InnoDB buffer reads/sec	           1175.37	Over 1K is busy: you may need better hardware
Files opened/sec	           0	       If > 5, increase table_open_cache
Created tmp disk tables/sec	   0.02	       If > 1, check tmp_table_size, max_heap_table_size, Text/Blob query retrievals
Created_tmp_disk_tables/Queries     0	       If > 4%, check tmp_table_size, max_heap_table_size, Text/Blob query retrievals
Max MySQL RAM use	           107.64	Must not be greater than RAM available to MySQL


innodb iops	buffpoolsize	bufferpoolpctfee	bytesread/s	read/s	bytes/read	byteswritts	writes/S	bytes/write
1658	10.0GB	0	947	16298.2	17	6851	470.1	15

Would you please to help me to point out some suggestions for dealing with the crash of mysql? Thank you.

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