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The older systems running Linux had no trouble keeping up, so the obvious assumption was that there was something wrong with the new system, with Solaris, or with ZFS.
In reality, the issue turned out to be an over sized My SQL query cache, and once that was addressed on the new system, it performed as expected.
Stop My SQL and start without grant checks /usr/bin/mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables & mysql --user=root mysql # 2.
Change root password UPDATE user SET password=PASSWORD('xxxxx') WHERE user = 'root'; Note: the second "FLUSH LOGS;" ensures that the a new binary log is opened on the master with the new binlog_format.
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We're sorry, we couldn't find the page you requested.Try searching for similar questions Browse our recent questions Browse our popular tags If you feel something is missing that should be here, contact us.Once you've double-checked that the bug you've found hasn't already been reported, and that you have collected all the information you need to file an excellent bug report, use the bug reporting page.5.5.30) that introduced a new table "events" in the internal schema.If you run into this you need to decide wether you want to include or exclude the new events table when dumping your database.If it is too often in "invalidating query cache" status you need to decrease your query cache size.