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Jumping off point for my.cnf 48GB 8-core system

We have a Joomla / Social Networking site that we're moving to a new server serving approx 250,000 pages per day (wish I had more detailed stats handy but unfortunately I don't at this moment).  CentOS 64-bit, dual Xeon 5520 quad-cores, 48GB RAM, PHP 5.2.12, MySQL 5.0.87.

I'm looking for a good jumping off point for a complete my.cnf for such a system.  Realize that's a little light on details - but can provide more upon request.

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Hi There,
MySQLTuner is a really great tool for finding ways to optimise your MySQL Server. It shows you ways you can optimise the server, and hints for settings to put in your my.cnf file. I hope this helps...

Checkout http://blog.mysqltuner.com/
rovermediaAuthor Commented:
Excellent tool!

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