September 19, 2014

Copying InnoDB tables between servers

The feature I announced some time ago http://www.percona.com/blog/2009/06/08/impossible-possible-moving-innodb-tables-between-servers/ is now available in our latest releases of XtraBackup 0.8.1 and XtraDB-6. Now I am going to show how to use it (the video will be also available on percona.tv). Let’s take tpcc schema and running standard MySQL ® 5.0.83, and assume we want to copy order_line […]

5.0.83-build17 Percona binaries

Dear Community, The build 17 of MySQL with Percona patches is available. New features in the release: MySQL-5.0.83 is taken as the basis The new patch innodb_use_sys_malloc.patch is added The new patch innodb_split_buf_pool_mutex.patch is added This patch splits the single global InnoDB buffer pool mutex into several mutexes for different purposes. This reduces mutex contention. […]

Maatkit Now Supports Memcached

Have you ever wondered how optimized your Memcached installation is? There is a common misconception that one doesn’t have to think too deeply about Memcached performance, but that is not true. If your setup is inefficient, you could: Burn Memory Waste Network Round-Trips Store Keys That Never Get Retrieved Have a Low Cache Hit Ratio […]

Just how useful are binary logs for incremental backups?

We’ve written about replication slaves lagging behind masters before, but one of the other side effects of the binary log being serialized, is that it also limits the effectiveness of using it for incremental backup.  Let me make up some numbers for the purposes of this example: We have 2 Servers in a Master-Slave topology. […]

XtraDB storage engine release 1.0.3-6

Dear community, Today we are pleased to announce release 6 of XtraDB – the result of 2 months hard work. The release includes following new features: MySQL 5.1.36 as a base release New patch

Experimental adaptive checkpoint method estimate innodb_stats – the implementation of the fix forMySQL Bug#30423 expand-import Support of import InnoDB / […]

Recovery after DROP [ TABLE | DATABASE ]

In your recovery practice we often face the problem when data lost by execution DROP TABLE or DROP DATABASE statement. In this case even our InnoDB Data Recovery tool can’t help, as table / directory with files was deleted (if you have innodb-file-per-table). And the same for MyISAM, all .MYD / .MYI / .frm – […]

Crashes while using MyISAM with multiple key caches

Over last couple of years I have ran into random MySQL crashes in production when multiple key caches were used. Unfortunately this never was frequent or critical enough issue so I could spend time creating repeatable test case and search of the bug in the MySQL database did not find anything. Recently we had this […]

Percona BOFs at OSCON

Talks are great. I however very much like discussion and opinion share atmosphere of the Birds of a Feather sessions so we host/co-host number of BOFs at the comming OSCON conference. Future of MySQL Forks, Branches and Patches I guess is the topic a lot of us are interested in. Monty was going to Show […]

Percona talks at OSCON

The OSCON 2009 is taking place next week and we have bunch of talks we’re presenting. I am presenting Full Text Search with Sphinx, MySQL Community Patches and Extensions and Goal Driven Performance Optimization. Vadim and Ryan have a talk XTraDB OpenSource Storage Engine for MySQL. This month OSCON is taking place in Silicon Valley […]

Performance improvements in Percona 5.0.83 and XtraDB

There was small delay in our releases, part of this time we worked on features I mentioned before: – Moving InnoDB tables between servers – Improve InnoDB recovery time and rest time we played with performance trying to align XtraDB performance with MySQL 5.4 ® and also port all performance fixes to 5.0 tree. So […]