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Nothing - everything works as intended. phpBB's native search requires keywords which want to be found to be indexed, hence stored somewhere. That's why it needs a rather "big" database table.
Database Size. But the Ram usage had reach 14 times a day the 1Gb RAM usage. And this is a RAM that is used only for this database. Its a private database instance with 1gb ram only for the database.thecoalman wrote: ↑Tue Feb 05, 2019 1:01 amFor clarification are you referring to the table size or the RAM usage. If I recall correctly the table size of Native vs. MySQL is more than double.
Where are you getting this statistic from?
mysite.com/forums/viewtopic.php?XDEBUG_PROFILE& . . .
"MySQL(i)" is a driver/interface - it could still mean you use MariaDB or other MySQL compatible ones. https://forums.mysql.com/list.php?24 looks good for asking your RAM questions, or even requesting support.
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