I’m aware of these: mysqltuner and tuning-primer.sh tools.
Some values don’t exist in the
.cnf file that these tools are suggesting… It’s unclear to me what values are good and which are not.
After investigating further I ran into this tool: https://tools.percona.com/wizard can we use this to get a suitable tuning?
I noticed a lot fields on my Ubuntu EE server config here:
/etc/mysql/my.cnf that aren’t addressed in this tool.
Is there a step by step method on how we can make a well tuned
.cnf file using the results from this tool and the existing values a default EE install places to
For me I’m on DigitalOcean with a 2GB 2CPU droplet and my server is taking a beating from the database and it shouldn’t be.
- Maybe someone has a solid config file already made for that droplet spec and they may “gist” it here.