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I tried to find information about this, but can't find anywhere. The only one that I could find was

http://survivalguides.wordpress.com/2012/07/11/change-the-query-cache-size-amazon-aws-rds/

but it requires also following the instructions from

http://survivalguides.wordpress.com/2012/02/02/change-the-max_allowed_packet-amazon-rds/

Is this the only one available? Just wondering if it's the correct instructions. Do I have to follow the instructions from EC2 via SSH or from my local PC? My PC is running Windows 7.

Thank you.

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What did AWS support say? –  EEAA Feb 11 at 2:09

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You can also modify query_cache_size and max_allowed_packet parameters via the AWS Management console. Use this AWS documentation as your guide, link

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Thank you, that's exactly what I was looking for, have a great day! –  user702300 Feb 11 at 13:23

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