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Change MySQL options

 

Under Helium 12 message is showing up „Change MySQL options“. That message at each start is really annoying. Can we stop it or showing up only once a month?
I‘ve really tried to change MySQL buffer size etc since months but it doesn’t work. No matter what I do to change the values under workbench or under mysql.ini but I can’t save the change or I saved somehow the ini but mysql is not running anymore (wrong ini) or it says database is corrupted. (I‘ve tried to change MariaDB too but same effect). I tried it over and over but it didn’t happen. What is wrong here?


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We have noticed that MySql tends to revert some settings (MariaDb especially) sometimes after a longer usage which can lead to this warning dialog.

Helium 12 will continue to work, but generally a restart of the service is recommended for this case, hence this warning is shown.


We cannot answer why MySql/MariaDb does this since we have no access to their source code.


The good news is that this warning dialog is implemented as a "Do not show again" dialog in Helium 12.4, meaning that you can decide if you are not interested in this warning again.

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We have noticed that MySql tends to revert some settings (MariaDb especially) sometimes after a longer usage which can lead to this warning dialog.

Helium 12 will continue to work, but generally a restart of the service is recommended for this case, hence this warning is shown.


We cannot answer why MySql/MariaDb does this since we have no access to their source code.


The good news is that this warning dialog is implemented as a "Do not show again" dialog in Helium 12.4, meaning that you can decide if you are not interested in this warning again.

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