Good tips! Thanks Ken.
I think you're right about the mysql settings, so I will update moodle docs for the windows installer to reflect the need to change the settings for big installs.
I'm using eaccelerator with the config cache setting set to use it too. I would ideally like to get the whole DB into RAM and never use swap at all. Any idea how I can ensure that? I have 8GB RAM so limit there but I'm not sure which performance monitor measures to use.
Hardware and performance
mysql seems to lock whole db
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