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On 23/12/11 11:29, Henrik K wrote:
>> Performance with the database on physical disks simply wasn't
>> keeping up with more than about double the average message rate (if
>> that...), so I fell back to the "good enough" setup of putting the
>> SA database on a RAMdisk,
> I guess it still boils down to basics. No matter what the database server is
> used for, same principles apply. If you have slooow disks, then things are
> going to be slow.
As I understand it, if the MySQL query cache is tuned appropriately,
then most of the queries should not be touching disk anyway?
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