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