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is there a script/program that I can run for mysql server 5.5 running on windows server 2008 to help optimize the server performance?

the system specs: 2 es5620 @ 2.40 ghz processers (4 cores each) 24 g/b ram x64 server 2008 R2 15k hdd x4 configured using raid 10 (data) 15k hdd x2 configured using raid 1 (system)

any help on maxing performance is appreciated! founds lot for linux, but not much for windows server 08 r2

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Using MySQL 5.5.9, 5.5.11 in production Linux environments, here are my observations for using the InnoDB Buffer Pool, handling BLOBs, Setting Caches, Diskspace Usage and other assorted rantings . It applies just as much in Windows.

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Try But that depends on perl being installed.. otherwise you will have to read the code and try the parameters and mysql commands on the mysql cli

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