Webinar: MySQL 5.6 Performance Schema

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Using MySQL 5.6 Performance Schema to Troubleshoot Typical Workload BottlenecksThis Wednesday, May 15 at 10 a.m. Pacific, I’ll be leading  a Webinar titled, “Using MySQL 5.6 Performance Schema to Troubleshoot Typical Workload Bottlenecks.

In this Webinar I will offer an overview of Performance Schema, focusing on new features that have been added in MySQL 5.6, go over the configuration and spend most time showing how you can use the wealth of information Performance Schema gathers to understand some of the typical performance bottlenecks.

 

Other areas of focus include:

  • Bottlenecks with Disk IO
  • Problems with excessive temporary tables and external sorts
  • Excessive internal mutex contention
  • Slow queries due to waits on InnoDB locks and Meta Data locks

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  1. Zoe Guillen says

    Hi,
    Are the slides from this webinar available for download?
    Thanks,
    Zoe

  2. Zoe Guillen says

    Thanks for the quick reply Tom! However, I was asking if the slides that were shown during the webinar were available for download – either as a powerpoint file or PDF file. I’ve watched some of the recorded webinar and it is very informative but I would also like to have a copy of the slides to reference/search in directly while trying out the MySQL Performance Schema tool myself.

    Thanks for your help :)
    Zoe

  3. says

    You’re very welcome, Zoe! Actually the slides are there, too. Look above the orange bar that says “Watch Recorded Webinar” and you’ll see them: “Slides: Download Here.” A couple clicks will get them – in PDF format. I’ve saved you the clicks though so here you go:

    http://www.percona.com/sites/default/files/presentations/Webinar-Using-MySQL-5.6-Performance-Schema-To-Troubleshoot-Typical-Workload-Bottlenecks.pdf

    I’m Percona’s community manager by the way so nice to meet you!

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