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How to resize InnoDB logs ?

This post is about a very simple approach / step-by-step InnoDB log (aka transaction logs)resize, We don’t do this activity regularly but when we have to resize InnoDB log files, there will be a MySQL downtime. This post will be a like a checklist for anyone who want to resize InnoDB log files without any mistakes, We made this task in multiple steps so that you can follow much better:

Step 1 – Check existing logs and their size:

[root@localhost ~]# lsof -c mysqld | grep ib_logfile
mysqld  1018 mysql    5uW     REG              253,0  50331648   180228 /var/lib/mysql/ib_logfile0
mysqld  1018 mysql   11uW     REG              253,0  50331648   180229 /var/lib/mysql/ib_logfile1

Step 2 – Shutdown MySQL

[root@localhost ~]# systemctl stop mysqld 
[root@localhost ~]# systemctl status mysqld 
● mysqld.service - MySQL Server
   Loaded: loaded …
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The Mythical MySQL DBA

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I’ve  been getting more than my fair share of calls from recruiters of late. Even in this depressed economic climate where jobs are rarer than a cab at rush-hour, it’s heartening to know that tech engineers are in great demand. And it’s even more heartening to think that demand for MySQL DBAs has never been better.

My reckoning was confirmed by a Bloomberg news report about stalwart retailers suffering from a dearth of talented engineers. Bloomberg cited Target’s outage-prone e-commerce site as a symptom of, among other things the market’s shortage. One of the challenges old-timers like Target face is having to compete with Silicon Valley startups as a …

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