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MYSQL variables to tweak for queries fetching huge datasets

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SHOW varaible o/p
VARIABLE_NAME VALUE
auto_increment_increment 1
auto_increment_offset 1
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ft_boolean_syntax + -><()~*:""&|
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ft_stopword_file (built-in)
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have_archive NO
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hostname scbcaappz200
init_connect
init_file
init_slave
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innodb_data_home_dir
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innodb_flush_method
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innodb_log_arch_dir
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innodb_open_files 300
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lc_time_names en_US
license GPL
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log_bin OFF
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log_error
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plugin_dir
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secure_file_priv
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socket /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock
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sql_mode
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ssl_ca
ssl_capath
ssl_cert
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ssl_key
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Comments

  • psongpsong Contributor Inactive User Role Beginner
    For memory concern, the query result could either be buffered on the client side or on the server side. By default, results are sent to client as they are generated and get buffered on the client side. The C API function for that is mysql_store_result(). If the client doesn't have sufficient memory, you can buffer data on the server instead and fetch it row by row, that is what mysql_use_result() does. In this mode, it is better to have simple processing for each row to avoid tying up the server for too long. If you are using mysql program as the client, use the -q option to turn off caching on the client side. If you using some connector, check the corresponding functions.

    Also use the same max_allowed_packet for the client.
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