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mysqld-nt Has Thinner Memory Footprint

In my earlier post; where I blamed mySQL to has fatter memory footprints, I received very informative comments, and I quickly discovered that I need to tune mySQL first. I found out that mySqld-nt daemon should be used if one is interested to run mySQL as Windows Service. Here is the latest task manager screen shot of my machine, and Yes, mysqld-nt has much thinner memory footprint.

 

Has anyone tried mysqld-max-nt? What are its consequences? We now have started doing some serious development on mySQL. Will it break anything?

 

Lastly; arrggghhh….why the heck there is no views, stored procedures, and functions in mySQL? Hard-coding queries in data access layer is not very pleasant J

Published Monday, May 16, 2005 1:42 AM by khurram

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# re: mysqld-nt Has Thinner Memory Footprint

Monday, May 16, 2005 11:31 AM by Syed Aziz ur Rahman
We are doing development on MySql but not as much as SERIOUS as you are :) . I think Fahad is doing some huge work on MySql. hmmmmm I hope that they will provide SPs and views in version 5 of MySql as they are saying. Check it at http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/mysql-5-0-nutshell.html. Currently they have launced the development version.

# re: mysqld-nt Has Thinner Memory Footprint

Sunday, May 29, 2005 9:23 PM by Adnan Siddiqi
Khurram
well..you should try Sqlite db (http://sqlite.org).
It`s just like msaccess type database,means you can transfer db file *.db from one machine to another and it has all features like foriegn keys,views,triggers etc,the important thing is that its available for all languages and is faster than MYSQL,php has bundled sqlite lib files in 5.x versions

Try it,it won`t disappoint you,i have used it with both .nET and php5
-adnan
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