Are you running into MySQL load problems? Learn how to tune MySQL servers for a heavy InnoDB workload, by configuring
innodb_buffer_pool_instances. Dividing the InnoDB buffer pool into multiple instances improves Disk I/O. By doing so, you run your database and website more efficiently and faster. Here is a little help for you.
How to flush MySQL
query_cache to prevent fragmentation of free query cache memory space? Here is a how to for unattended and automatically clearing MySQL’s query cache using a Linux cronjob. And I’ll show you how to on the
In November 2011, I wrote a post about MySQL query caching with PHP/Zend_Cache, and I recently stumbled upon a blog post caching MySQL query results in memcached by “KutuKupret”. This made me wonder if the same would be easily done with the Windows Cache Extension for PHP.
When there is no MySQL query_cache available
Cache.php PHP class of the Zend Framework, it is relatively easy to cache and save MySQL query results on disk. This speeds up execution. In this context, caching means: execute a MySQL query once and save the result in a temporary file. For every time that same query is executed, you can simply use the result in your cache text file, as long as the database hasn’t changed. Often this is easier on the web server than having it to redo the query every time.