InnoDB automatically configures the
innodb_log_files_in_groupare deprecated in MySQL 8.0.30. These variables are superseded by the
Only consider enabling
innodb_dedicated_server if the
MySQL instance resides on a dedicated server where it can use all
available system resources. For example, consider enabling
innodb_dedicated_server if you
run MySQL Server in a Docker container or dedicated VM that only
runs MySQL. Enabling
innodb_dedicated_server is not
recommended if the MySQL instance shares system resources with
The information that follows describes how each variable is automatically configured.
Buffer pool size is configured according to the amount of memory detected on the server.
Table 15.8 Automatically Configured Buffer Pool Size
Detected Server Memory Buffer Pool Size Less than 1GB 128MB (the default value) 1GB to 4GB
detected server memory* 0.5
Greater than 4GB
detected server memory* 0.75
Redo log capacity is configured according to the amount of memory detected on the server and, in some cases, whether
innodb_buffer_pool_sizeis configured explicitly. If
innodb_buffer_pool_sizeis not configured explicitly, the default value is assumed.Warning
Automatic redo log capacity configuration behavior is undefined if
innodb_buffer_pool_sizeis set to a value larger than the detected amount of server memory.
Table 15.9 Automatically Configured Log File Size
Detected Server Memory Buffer Pool Size Redo Log Capacity Less than 1GB Not configured 100MB Less than 1GB Less than 1GB 100MB 1GB to 2GB Not applicable 100MB 2GB to 4GB Not configured 1GB 2GB to 4GB Any configured value round(0.5 *
detected server memoryin GB) * 0.5 GB
4GB to 10.66GB Not applicable round(0.75 *
detected server memoryin GB) * 0.5 GB
10.66GB to 170.66GB Not applicable round(0.5625 *
detected server memoryin GB) * 1 GB
Greater than 170.66GB Not applicable 128GB
innodb_log_file_size(deprecated in MySQL 8.0.30)
Log file size is configured according to the automatically configured buffer pool size.
Table 15.10 Automatically Configured Log File Size
Buffer Pool Size Log File Size Less than 8GB 512MB 8GB to 128GB 1024MB Greater than 128GB 2048MB
innodb_log_files_in_group(deprecated in MySQL 8.0.30)
The number of log files is configured according to the automatically configured buffer pool size. Automatic configuration of the
innodb_log_files_in_groupvariable was added in MySQL 8.0.14.
Table 15.11 Automatically Configured Number of Log Files
Buffer Pool Size Number of Log Files Less than 8GB round(
buffer pool size)
8GB to 128GB round(
buffer pool size* 0.75)
Greater than 128GB 64
innodb_log_files_in_groupvalue of 2 is enforced if the rounded buffer pool size value is less than 2GB.
O_DIRECTduring flushing I/O, but skips the
fsync()system call after each write operation.Warning
Prior to MySQL 8.0.14, this setting is not suitable for file systems such as XFS and EXT4, which require an
fsync()system call to synchronize file system metadata changes.
As of MySQL 8.0.14,
fsync()is called after creating a new file, after increasing file size, and after closing a file, to ensure that file system metadata changes are synchronized. The
fsync()system call is still skipped after each write operation.
Data loss is possible if redo log files and data files reside on different storage devices, and an unexpected exit occurs before data file writes are flushed from a device cache that is not battery-backed. If you use or intend to use different storage devices for redo log files and data files, and your data files reside on a device with a cache that is not battery-backed, use
If an automatically configured option is configured explicitly in
an option file or elsewhere, the explicitly specified setting is
used, and a startup warning similar to this is printed to
[Warning]  InnoDB: Option innodb_dedicated_server is ignored for innodb_buffer_pool_size because innodb_buffer_pool_size=134217728 is specified explicitly.
Explicit configuration of one option does not prevent the automatic configuration of other options.
configured explicitly, variables configured based on buffer pool
size use the buffer pool size value calculated according to the
amount of memory detected on the server rather than the explicitly
defined buffer pool size value.
Automatically configured settings are evaluated and reconfigured if necessary each time the MySQL server is started.