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From: Sid Lane (jakes.dadgmail.com)
Date: Fri Aug 31 2007 - 09:32:14 CDT
I am working on a budget proposal for next year to put in a MySQL cluster
but wanted to validate (or correct) a couple of assumptions:
1. do storage nodes benefit far more from additional RAM than they do from
faster CPUs/multiple cores?
2. do SQL nodes benefit more from faster CPUs/multiple cores?
basically, I am trying to find the best bang/buck configuration for each
server type and am assuming it's better to spend more $ on RAM for storage
nodes and CPU for SQL nodes - is this correct?
is anyone aware of any benchmarking that has been done with various
any help appreciated...