[horde] Memcache issue

Michael M Slusarz slusarz at horde.org
Fri May 23 17:44:00 UTC 2014

Quoting Administrator BCS <adje at bezoekerscentrumsonsbeek.nl>:

>> 4) Make sure your MySQL server is tuned for performance. I can't  
>> give any specific advice here. Running it on a UNIX domain socket  
>> will be faster than using TCP and you'll want to make sure that it  
>> has enough cache available. Check with phpMyAdmin for instance if  
>> it has suggestions for speeding things up.
> I do run mysql on a socket. I checked before using mysqltuner and  
> found all ok except some fragmentation, so I defragmented the tables.
> I now installed phpmyadmin, great tool. I see a few red things  
> showing up, will dive into that and tweak things where needed.

FWIW: If you are running on a single machine, there is no reason to  
store sessions in anything other than the filesystem.  SQL is probably  
the single worst choice you can make performance-wise for storing  
session data.  (Not sure if that is your siutation or not).


Michael Slusarz [slusarz at horde.org]

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