[Spce-user] Problem with logging on administrator

Daniel Speichert daniel at speichert.pl
Sat Mar 19 20:37:13 EDT 2011

Thanks, I had to change my bufferpoolsize to 128M.

I've just realized that 2GB is the theoretical maximum RAM i can have on
that cloud server. My current plan is 256M, but I've been using 2GB
successfuly on 256MB plan in the past so I didn't care about it. Now it
seems to be somewhat significant.

Best Regards,
Daniel Speichert

W dniu 2011-03-20 01:31, Andreas Granig pisze:
> Hi,
> On 03/20/2011 12:52 AM, Daniel Speichert wrote:
>> It complains about InnoDB, but I haven't changed anything and performed
>> install on very clean Debian 5 64bit without MySQL installed before and
>> it's installer's issue I guess.
> It tries to allocate 1G of buffer pool size (which is automatically
> calculated during installation), but that fails.
> Reduce "bufferpoolsize" in /etc/ngcp-config/config.yml and execute
> "ngcpcfg apply" (e.g. to 512M - we use 50% of the overall memory by
> default for that in order to squeeze out proper performance).
> Just out of curiosity: could you provide the output of "cat /proc/meminfo"?
> Andreas
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