September 2, 2014

Future InnoDB File Formats

Looking into InnoDB docs I found list of names of future InnoDB file formats: Antelope, Barracuda, Cheetah, Dragon, Elk, Fox, Gazelle, Hornet, Impala, Jaguar, Kangaroo, Leopard, Moose, Nautilus, Ocelot, Porpoise, Quail, Rabbit, Shark, Tiger, Urchin, Viper, Whale, X, Y and Zebra.

Aren’t there animals starting on X and Y?

About Vadim Tkachenko

Vadim leads Percona's development group, which produces Percona Clould Tools, the Percona Server, Percona XraDB Cluster and Percona XtraBackup. He is an expert in solid-state storage, and has helped many hardware and software providers succeed in the MySQL market.

Comments

  1. zahariash says:

    Xiphactinus Audax (one of the largest bony fish of the Late Cretaceous) ;)

  2. mmm… apparently whoever wrote that isn’t aware that there’s already a database product out there called Ocelot (http://www.ocelot.ca)

  3. xaitax says:
  4. mike says:

    Damn, you beat me to “Yak” :)

  5. Ken Jacobs says:

    Indeed, Peter, the early adopter documentation and code (which is very slightly newer than what you tested) did incorporate Xenops and Yak!

  6. Yabbie

  7. This is kind of obvious but shouldn’t Gazelle have been Gnu?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildebeest

    Kevin

  8. Ken Jacobs says:

    Gnot Gnecessarily!

    Besides, Gazelles are fast and beautiful. Gnus … well …

  9. peter says:

    Ken,

    We should make Posted By more visible – this was done by Vadim :)

  10. According to the source, there are animals with X and Y:

    /* List of animal names representing file format. */
    const char* file_format_name_map[] = {

    “Xenops”,
    “Yak”,

    };

  11. >We should make Posted By more visible – this was done by Vadim :)

    At the google reader:
    Future InnoDB File Formats
    from Planet MySQL author: Peter Zaitsev

    At the Planet Mysql:
    Future InnoDB File Formats
    posted by Peter Zaitsev on Wed 16 Apr 2008 06:59 UTC

    So, i also think it was You post. :)

    Hmm, tt’s very strange, becouse atom show correct author name: Vadim of this post.

  12. peter says:

    I’ve asked Jay to change planetmysql.org to show MySQL Performance Blog instead of Peter Zaitsev.

    You also can report the bug if it does not passes author information from original feed – there are a lot of blogs by multiple authors.

  13. David Magda says:

    Xeme. It’s a type of gull.

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