Le 26/11/2007 à 13:31:12+0100, Jan Catrysse a écrit > > > > I've a bi-proc single core Xeon 3.2ghz with FreeBSD 6.2, > > I'm running > > > > Mysql 5.X on this server and the performance of MySQL is > > very bad. > > > > For some complexe select I've got ~6secondes (on some basic Linux > > > > it's take 0.6 sec). > > > > 6 seconds seem to be an awful lot. What kind of query are > > you running > > > on what kind of database / contents? > > > I don't really known it's some scientifical data. But the > > problem is on a basic linux pc (with SATA disk) the time is > > 0.6 sec with same request and same data. And it's for web > > applications. At 6 sec for one request it's become very long > > for the visitor because the application make many requests. > > > > Regards > > -- > > Albert SHIH > > Did you try pinpointing down the problem to make sure their is not another > bottleneck? Is the system running in production environment for the moment > or are you the sole user?
No the server is empty (only root can logging) and no service running (other thant Mysql and apache). And when I try this test the load of the server is near zero. > > How did you install MySQL? I my experience (but I can be wrong) the default > settings give the best performance on 5.x MySQL FreeBSD 6.2. So no Linux > threads and stuff... Directly from the ports. Regards. > JAS -- Albert SHIH Observatoire de Paris Meudon SIO batiment 15 Heure local/Local time: Mar 27 nov 2007 14:00:40 CET _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"