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MySQL trim for binary logs
Posted by Howard R. on 26 February 2018 06:07 AM
We received a report from one of our clients that his database size is very high and he has to upgrade his host to be able to keep the database! After some checks he found that the trimming feature for MySQL binary logs wasn't enable on his server and it was the reason of the issue.

If you faced a same issue, you can ask your host provider to configure the my.conf file (MySQL Configuration File) and include following two lines.

max_binlog_size = 256M
expire_logs_days = 14

Offcourse you can change the values based on your server resources if you like.

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