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Re: Too much time in Copy to Tmp Table
Posted by: Rick James
Date: October 08, 2015 07:21PM

> table_open_cache = 175000

No. Unless you really have 175K active tables. Instead use, say, 1000.

> tmp_table_size=2G
> max_heap_table_size=2G

Dangerous. If several connections need large temp tables, you could run out of RAM. Go back to, say, 64M for both.

> I am using a 3GB tempfs for RAM Disk

Dangerous: When a query needs more than that, it will crash. Better to not have a RAM disk, and make the 3GB available for other caching.

> innodb_buffer_pool_size = 36G

Good for 48GB of RAM.

> query_cache_size=0 and quary_cache_type=0

Usually good.

Swapping is really bad for performance; most of the above notes help prevent such.

IN ( SELECT ... ) performs very badly. Try to turn it into a JOIN.

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