On Mon, 28 May 2007 05:53:16 +0200, Chris <dmagick(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
>> I am re-running it with other tuning, notably cost-based vacuum
>> delay and less frequent checkpoints, and it is a *lot* smoother.
>> These take a full night to run, so I'll post more results when I
>> have usefull stuff to show.
>> This has proven to be a very interesting trip to benchmarkland...
> [ rather late in my reply but I had to ]
> Are you tuning mysql in a similar fashion ?
Well, the tuning knobs are different, there are no check points or
vacuum... but yes I tried to tune MySQL too, but the hardest part was
simply making it work without deadlocking continuously.
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