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We have a new centos 6.2 setup. Below is the configuration file. The machine is going to be fully innodb and it has 8Gb ram. What else must I include in the .cnf? I know one major thing is the innodb_buffer_pool if I set 6Gb is it ok?

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It's getting a little old but this is still one of the best run-downs for a new server configuration:

What to tune in MySQL Server after installation

The new Percona MySQL Configuration Wizard is also worth checking out.

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I been to bought the but I am want to know more about this innodb_log_file_size if I adjust now my conf will it have any effect on my log file? There is normally 2 files rite? – user111196 May 24 '12 at 4:56

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