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DBA 101: Sometimes forgotten functionality in the MySQL client

The MySQL client has some functionalities some of us never use. Why would you use them and what is the added value of this? Every DBA and developer has had a moment when he or she needs to connect to a MySQL database using the command line tool. Therefore I’ve written down an explanation of […]

You spoke, we listened: Percona Cloud Tools accelerates query reviews

The Percona Cloud Tools beta service continues to grow its query analysis capabilities with new features for reviewing queries. These enhancements will: Provide better visibility into the query performance of your next code deployment Introduce query organization tools for efficiency Foster better collaboration in teams Join the hundreds of other users who are using Percona’s […]

PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA vs Slow Query Log

A couple of weeks ago, shortly after Vadim wrote about Percona Cloud Tools and using Slow Query Log to capture the data, Mark Leith asked why don’t we just use Performance Schema instead? This is an interesting question and I think it deserves its own blog post to talk about. First, I would say main […]

Analyze MySQL Query Performance with Percona Cloud Tools: Feb. 12 webinar

Next week (Wednesday, February 12 at 10 a.m. Pacific) I will host a webinar titled “Analyze MySQL Query Performance with Percona Cloud Tools.” Percona Cloud Tools, currently in beta, reveals new insights about MySQL performance enabling you to improve your database queries and applications. (You can request access to the free beta here). For webinar […]

Analyzing WordPress MySQL queries with Query Analytics

This blog, MySQLPerformanceBlog.com, is powered by WordPress, but we never really looked into what kind of queries to MySQL are used by WordPress. So for couple months we ran a Query Analytics (part of Percona Cloud Tools) agent there, and now it is interesting to take a look on queries. Query Analytics uses reports produced […]

Increasing slow query performance with the parallel query execution

MySQL and Scaling-up (using more powerful hardware) was always a hot topic. Originally MySQL did not scale well with multiple CPUs; there were times when InnoDB performed poorer with more  CPU cores than with less CPU cores. MySQL 5.6 can scale significantly better; however there is still 1 big limitation: 1 SQL query will eventually use only […]

Using per-query variable statements in Percona Server

Percona Server has implemented per-query variable statement support in version 5.6.14-62.0. This feature provides the ability to set variable values only for a certain query, after execution of which the previous values will be restored. Per-query variable values can be set up with the following command:

Example: If we want to increase the sort_buffer_size […]

Innotop: A real-time, advanced investigation tool for MySQL

GUI monitoring tools for MySQL are not always suitable for all our needs or situations. Most of them are designed to provide historical views into what happens to our database over time rather then real-time insight into current MySQL server status. Excellent free tools for this include Cacti, Zabbix, Ganglia, Nagios, etc. But each of […]

TokuDB vs InnoDB in timeseries INSERT benchmark

This post is a continuation of my research of TokuDB’s  storage engine to understand if it is suitable for timeseries workloads. While inserting LOAD DATA INFILE into an empty table shows great results for TokuDB, what’s more interesting is seeing some realistic workloads. So this time let’s take a look at the INSERT benchmark.