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  • malvcomm2
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Posted 19 November 2018 - 04:20 PM #1

I am currently running a CS-Cart installation on an older dedicated server with DB performance issues (Out of Memory kill for MySQL).

 

My hosting company recommends upgrading MySQL from 5.5.61-ccl to 5.7 or Maria 10.2 for better performance and migrating to a server with more ram since I am maxed at 4 GB currently.

 

What issues might I run into upgrading MySQL to a newer version or to MariaDB?

 

Current specs:

- CS-Cart v 4.8.2.SP2

- server hardware: older 4-core Xeon, 4 GB ram (max), 1TB SSD

- Server software: Apache 2.4.24, PHP 7.1.24, MySQL 5.5.61-ccl

 

Hosting company recommends new server which I just rented and will migrate to...

- Server hardware: Xeon E3-1270 v6, 32 GB ram, 1 TB SSD

- I also plan on switching to PHP 7.2 in the coming weeks.



 
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Posted 19 November 2018 - 04:43 PM #2

Oops! I re-posted this in the general forum for "Configuration"