Performance tuning script for MySQL – Command-line Mysql Tuner

What is MySQL performance tuning and what does it mean ?

MySQL has a lot of variables in its configuration. We can edit and set/alter variables to our requirements on our server. We can improve the MySQL performance by varying those values in configuration file. A lot of methods and shell scripts are available for tuning your MySQL server. Here I am explaining the installation and usage of one shell script for tuning the MySQL.

This performance tuning shell script will help you to optimize your MySQL server on a huge traffic cPanel server.

Installation steps

The MySQL tuner has simple installation steps. You can download the latest version from HERE.

Step I : SSH to your server as root user.
Step II : wget the latest version.

wget https://launchpad.net/mysql-tuning-primer/trunk/1.6-r1/+download/tuning-primer.sh

Step III : Change the file permission as executable.

chmod 755 tuning-primer.sh

Step IV : Execute the script.

./tuning-primer.sh

That’s it 🙂

See the attached image which has a sample tuner output.

 

tuner

 

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