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Less than 80%% of the query cache is being utilized.
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The InnoDB buffer pool has a profound impact on performance for InnoDB tables. Assign all your remaining memory to this buffer. For database servers that use solely InnoDB as storage engine and have no other services (e.g. a web server) running, you may set this as high as 80%% of your available memory. If that is not the case, you need to carefully assess the memory consumption of your other services and non-InnoDB-Tables and set this variable accordingly. If it is set too high, your system will start swapping, which decreases performance significantly. See also <a href="https://www.percona.com/blog/2007/11/03/choosing-innodb_buffer_pool_size/">this article</a>
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It is usually sufficient to set {innodb_log_file_size} to 25%% of the size of {innodb_buffer_pool_size}. A very big {innodb_log_file_size} slows down the recovery time after a database crash considerably. See also <a href="https://www.percona.com/blog/2006/07/03/choosing-proper-innodb_log_file_size/">this Article</a>. You need to shutdown the server, remove the InnoDB log files, set the new value in my.cnf, start the server, then check the error logs if everything went fine. See also <a href="https://mysqldatabaseadministration.blogspot.com/2007/01/increase-innodblogfilesize-proper-way.html">this blog entry</a>
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Especially on a system with a lot of writes to InnoDB tables you should set {innodb_log_file_size} to 25%% of {innodb_buffer_pool_size}. However the bigger this value, the longer the recovery time will be when database crashes, so this value should not be set much higher than 256 MiB. Please note however that you cannot simply change the value of this variable. You need to shutdown the server, remove the InnoDB log files, set the new value in my.cnf, start the server, then check the error logs if everything went fine. See also <a href="https://mysqldatabaseadministration.blogspot.com/2007/01/increase-innodblogfilesize-proper-way.html">this blog entry</a>
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