Below is a guide on how to install a database for the latest version of Rogō.
If you have a MySQL expert or database administrator you are recommended to contact them for advice first.
MySQL is currently the only supported database. Please let us know if you do successfully run Rogō on a non MySQL database.
See the community release notes for the version of rogo you are installing to see the required MySQL version.
The basic default installation config should work for small instances. The my-large.cnf should be suitable for most large instancees.
Consult your DBA and review the MySQL documentation before making any configuration changes.
The following non default settings may needed to fine tune MySQL for Rogō:
Not convinced these are improvements on the default settings of mysql 5.7+. So I would only change them if you know what you are doing.
On systems with networked file storage (SANS) with slow disk IO times considerer usinginnodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit = 2. See 'adaptive flushing' for a description of the consequence.