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reduce memory of mysql/apache on debian

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Project Description

I have a default debian 3.1 install.

I installed via aptitude apache2, php and mysql 5

it seems the memory required is quite high more than 100mb.

I would like it halved.

do you know which files I need to modify to reduce the footprint of each so it still works fine, but isn't such a hog and can handle 5 users at the same time, with a 10meg database approx.

delivery should be telling me what files to edit and the new values.

you should have experience in this area.

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## Platform

linux debian

apache2

mysql

php5

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