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MySQL 5.6 Configuration Optimization Webinar, Sept. 25

 | September 24, 2013 |  Posted In: Insight for DBAs, MySQL, Technical Webinars


Webinar: MySQL 5.6 Configuration OptimizationThis Wednesday in our next webinar I’ll share how to configure a better-performing MySQL 5.6 server. You’ll lean a practical approach to generating a sensible configuration file that sets what is needed and omits what is not.

Why dedicate an entire webinar to the new configuration settings within MySQL 5.6? Mainly because the default configuration files that come with MySQL 5.6 are not designed for high volume production use, and I’ve seen many MySQL incidents caused by poor configuration. Hopefully my advice will save you the headache of tweaking the variables within MySQL’s configuration files in order to work within your organization’s unique business environment.

And while I’ll be doing most of the talking, I do look forward to your questions during the webinar, titled “MySQL 5.6 Configuration Optimization.” It will begin at 10 a.m. Pacific time and run for about an hour. So please tune in on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 10 a.m. You can register here to reserve your spot.

I welcome your questions both during the webinar and in the comments section below. See you Wednesday!

Peter Zaitsev

Peter managed the High Performance Group within MySQL until 2006, when he founded Percona. Peter has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and is an expert in database kernels, computer hardware, and application scaling.


  • Hello, Peter
    I have a problem in recent days, I backuped a table which contains 5 million rows use the mysqldump command,
    my engine is ndbcluster, the version is mysql cluster 7.3.2 , redhat 5.9 OS. The ‘ERROR 1205 (HY000): Lock wait timeout exceeded; try restarting transaction’ came out twice while I restoring the table data, at last i got about 4.8 million rows in the table. And i tried to change some variables about timeout and buffer to deal with this problem,but i faied. And now i hope you can tell me where the problem is, can you help me?
    Best Wishes To You!

  • Hello Cary,

    I’m Percona’s community manager. Thanks for your comment – however our MySQL discussion forums are the ideal place for questions like this. It’s a great place to connect with your peers – people who have undoubtedly encountered and solved the situation you describe. Percona experts are also members of the forums community and offer advice there, too.

    I invite you join to us there and share your situation: https://www.percona.com/forums/

    Hope to see you there!

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