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mikemol at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 19:03:22 BST 2016
On Tuesday, June 21, 2016 07:59:26 PM Daniel Vrátil wrote:
> On Tuesday, June 21, 2016 1:35:45 PM CEST Michael Mol wrote:
> > > > Other settings, like enablement and sizes of various caches, really
> > > > ought
> > > > to be exposed to the user somehow. :-|
> > >
> > > Hmm, IMO if you are knowledgeable enough to be able to fine-tune the
> > > variables you probably have no problem manually editing them in my.conf.
> > > Once you introduce a UI with configuration like this people will start
> > > playing with the sliders and likely break something....
> > Not really able to break anything, unless you count performance.
> > My frustration with having to edit my.cnf stems from the shift in context;
> > my Akonadi data is now stored somewhere where the files aren't owned by my
> > user account. (Unless there's some place under $HOME where there's a
> > my.cnf
> > file I didn't know about...)
> ~/.local/share/akonadi/mysql.conf :-)
> The default Akonadi MySQL configuration file is in /etc/xdg/akonadi/mysql-
> global.conf. On the first start Akonadi will copy the file to
> ~/.local/share/ akonadi/.
Well, that's helpful to know. :)
> You can create ~/.config/akonadi/mysql-local.conf file with your own
> overrides. Akonadi will append it to the mysql-global.conf and write the
> result to ~/.local/share/akonadi/mysql.conf. You don't want to edit
> ~/.local/ share/akonadi/mysql.conf directly because the changes will be
> overwritten whenever mysql-global.conf is updated (we compare last modified
I run Gentoo, so my setup's a little different anyhow. But, sure. :)
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