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Optimize MySQL and Schedule Maintenance with MySQL Tuner

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Optimize MySQL and Schedule Maintenance with MySQL Tuner

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xMatters delivers integration-driven collaboration that relays data between systems, while engaging the right people to proactively resolve issues. Read the Monitoring in a Connected Enterprise whitepaper and learn about 3 tools for resolving incidents quickly.

Once in a while it is worthwhile to take care of your database and verify it can provide the needed resources for your system.
After all, most of the data may be stored in it...


Some Tasks I would Recommend You to Do
Please notice that this work may not be done manually, but can be automated. If you do so, you may be contribute it back to the community at your favorite open source project:

  1. Run MySQLTuner and look for issues.
  2. Take care of fragmented tables:
    1. You can find them using SHOW TABLE STATUS WHERE Data_free > 0\G and take care of them using OPTIMIZE TABLE table_name; 
    2. Or you can use mysqlfragfinder script for that.
  3. Verify RAM, disk and CPU utilization
  4. Check the slow log query

Discovering, responding to, and resolving incidents is a complex endeavor. Read this narrative to learn how you can do it quickly and effectively by connecting AppDynamics, Moogsoft and xMatters to create a monitoring toolchain.

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