I know that MySQL is tested more on Linux (Oracle has it's own linux distribution and you canot have LAMP wit MySQL (meaning MySQL has always focused more on Linux) My intuition says that MySQL has a better performance on Linux than on any other OS (including FreeBSD based MacOS). But I don't have facts to back it up. Can you point me to any references which can help me determine whether moving MySQL from MacOS to Linux would give a performance boost= What has been your own experience? I guess the only other way is to measure difference KPIs on both Linux and MacOS and then try to compare them. But I am trying to put more justifications for purchase of Linux ready hardware and cannot compare the two at the moment. Here is my opinion. I've been working same database & routines on Debian 8 Database Virtual Server 32 GB RAM 8cpu Xenon vs MAC Maverics 8 GB RAM 4 cpu corei7 and MAC's performance is superior over 50 times on speed measures.
Then in order to use the same hardware settings I decided repeat the test Running debian 8 on my MAC versus MAC's Maverics. Again OSX is better. The answer comes form the multicore response betwwen operatings systems. Debian Mysql trends to avoid multi-core while there is enought free memory reserving resources for other users. Programar en dev c download for mac. OSX performs distribution as soon as the process start consumming memory resources (of course Maverics is oriented on single user).
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Sep 19, 2018 - how to restart, start or stop MySQL server from the command line in either Linux or OSX. Starting with SQL Server 2017, you can now install SQL Server directly on to a Linux machine. And because macOS is Unix based (and Linux is Unix based), you can run SQL Server for Linux on your Mac. The way to do this is to run SQL Server on Docker.