Is it still advisable to build the mysql50-server on FreeBSD 6.2 using
the LINUX_THREADS option? I'm using the SMP kernel on an older dual
1.0GHz Pentium III. This page <http://wiki.freebsd.org//MySQL>
suggests that the libthr library in FreeBSD 6.x is optimized for MySQL
and perhaps better than using linuxthreads.
We're running several MySQL databases on FreeBSD 6.1 and 6.2 RELEASE
and we don't use LINUX_THREADS. So far so good as they say.
Concerning MySQL performance on FreeBSD, I recently saw this article
which could be of interest to you:
Linux vs FreeBSD using mysql and sysbench
Aside from a potential holy flame war from FreeBSD vs Linux, this
article does present you with an interesting my.cnf configuration
file. Maybe that could interest you?
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