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Swap not used at all... good or bad?
On one of our MySQL only servers, swap is not used at all.
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 2055392 2007020 48372 0 12216 1037364
-/+ buffers/cache: 957440 1097952
Swap: 2040212 0 2040212
Is this good or bad? Shouldn't we allocate more memory to MySQL? Would this improve the overall perfomance?
The server use 2 SCSI HDs, MySQL is on the second one. I assume swap is allocated from the 1st HD. Your comments are welcome.
thats good - swap is where memory is being paged to disk, which is a lot slower than pure memory on chip (ie ram)
All right, thanks for the info. So allocating more memory to MySQL would probably not improve things, right?