Lukas Vileikis
Dec 29, 2022 ⋅ 10 min read

5 ways to rapidly improve MySQL database performance

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One Reply to "5 ways to rapidly improve MySQL database performance"

  1. Is there a reason you DID NOT use underscore rather than hyphens in your Global Variable names? Check the reference manual and you will see underscores used MOST of the time. I am aware hyphens are used sometimes when describing how to start and instance with overrides to your my.cnf or my.ini. Consistent use of underscore would be my vote. But then no one is in charge with open source.

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