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splitting key cache

In mysql 4.1, there are new ways to save different index files into
different key_cache segments. The idea is to remove problems with
key_cache locking if another process is accessing it.

As this involves maintenance, etc....

Question: Has anyone seen any measurable improvement in doing this,
vs. just creating a huge key_cache and being done with it.

Thanks.

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