Xaprb (Baron) recently blogged about how InnoDB performs a checkpoint , I thought it might be useful to explain another important mechanism that affects both response time and throughput – The transaction log.
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Note: This post is part 2 of 4 on building our training workshop. Last week I talked about why you don’t want to shard. This week I’m following up with the top 10 enhancements that XtraDB has over the built-in InnoDB included in MySQL 5.0 and 5.1.Â Building this list was not really a scientific […]
Dear Community, The 18-th build of MySQL server with Percona patches is available now. Comparing to the previous release it has following new features: The build is based on MySQL-5.0.84 Fixed the issue with CLIENT_STATISTICS New patch innodb_recovery_patches.patch greatly improves recovery time Fixed bugs in the build: Bug #407117 in Percona patches: “any mysql-test fails […]
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 / […]