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    Is Zimbra doing this automatically?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyK View Post
    Is Zimbra doing this automatically?
    When you do your very first installation of Zimbra on the server, the installer examines the amount of RAM and some other attributes and tweaks a number of settings accordingly.

    But once that's done, for some settings, it's done. For example, you can change the MySQL memory percent setting in zmlocalconfig, but no changes are made to my.cnf.in as a result. And my.cnf is preserved during Zimbra upgrades; the upgrade installer does not look at actual RAM, MySQL memory percent setting and the settings in my.cnf to see if they agree with each other.

    So, if you add RAM to the box after the first Zimbra install because the server has become very busy, you will likely want to edit my.cnf manually too.

    Hope that helps,
    Mark

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