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As restoring a dump table into the MySQL master – you better get some sleep
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Restoring a dump table into the MySQL master server can lead to serious replication delay. The massive inserts commands cause the Master and slaves to use most of their resources for replication. As a result, replication lag may increase dramatically (linear to the table size). To overcome the replication delay, caused by restoring the dump [...]
You Must Have A Killer In Your System
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Every system can have a slow query that randomly seems to emerge from nowhere. The main threat from these slow queries is that it can unexpectedly bring down your site. Even though the query is not called often (less than one percent), it can definitely harm your site performance. That is why you should have [...]
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