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In the future, I will will be sending out a Tweet or two when working on optimizing the site database or other admin tasks which might cause site performance problems.

For example, when I optimize the database (normally on the weekend) there can be a fairly serious site slow down for around 3 to 5 minutes.


Members and guests who cannot access the site and post, feel free to contact me on Twitter (or follow me) regarding the site.

However, if the site is up and running, which it is 99.99999 percent of the time, please post questions, issues, or bugs here in the forums.

In addition, I will also be posting periodic updates related to my cyberspace research there as well.

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grass-mesql - MySQL embedded driver MySQL embedded driver MySQL embedded driver in GRASS MySQL database driver in GRASS enables GRASS to store vector attributes in MySQL embedded database without necessity to run MySQL server. Driver and database name GRASS modules require 2 parameters to connect to a database. Those parameters are 'driver' and 'database'. For MySQL embedded driver the parameter 'driver' should be set to value 'mesql'. The parameter 'database' is a full path to the directory where database tables are stored. The best place is a directory in the mapset. The directory must be created before use of the driver. In the name of database it is possible to use 3 variables: $GISDBASE - path to current GISBASE $LOCATION_NAME - name of current location $MAPSET - name of current mapset Examples of connection parameters: db.connect driver=mesql database='$GISDBASE/$LOCATION_NAME/$MAPSET/mysql' db.connect driver=mesql database=/home/user1/db Data types, indexes For more informations about supported data types and indexes see the documentation for MySQL (mysql) driver Database type Because database closing was found very slow if InnoDB was used, the InnoDB storage is disabled by default (hardcoded '--skip-innodb' server option). Note The embedded server is started with hardcoded '--bootstrap' option to avoid warning about missing mysql.time_zone_leap_second table. This can be fixed in future. SEE ALSO
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