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  1. Use SSD instead of HDD. Truncate DB
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  2. Generally speaking try to have the entire database in RAM so adjust InnoDB buffer up accordingly. I think CWA docs say to give MySQL 50% of RAM but we've generally run closer to 80% with no issues. Edit:"database in RAM" being better than using only 8 GB on a much larger database, which I assumed was your steady state.
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  3. The 8Gb in use by mysql looks to be your problem. We only have 500 agents and mysqld is using over 9Gb of memory. Logic would imply you should be seeing something more along the lines of 25Gb in use by mysql alone. I can't supply you settings for your number of agents but there are a fair number of postings in this forum on sizing mysql, with examples. I'd recommend starting with a default my.ini, apply the changes recommended in the CW docs and then apply the changes people recommend for similarly sized installs. One change at a time so you can roll back. I've attached my my.ini, wh
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