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XtraDB storage engine release 1.0.3-5

Today we glad to announce release 1.0.3-5 of our XtraDB storage engine. Here is a list of enhancements in this release: move to MySQL 5.1.34 removed rw_lock patch, so we now use Google’s rw_locks fix crash after upgrade 5.1.31 -> 5.1.33 fix mysql-test Percona XtraDB 1.0.3-5 available in source and several binary packages. XtraDB is […]

XtraDB storage engine release 1.0.3-4 codename Sakura

Today we glad to announce release 1.0.3-4 of our XtraDB storage engine. Here is a list of enhancements in this release: Move to MySQL 5.1.33 Move to InnoDB plugin 1.0.3 more reliable replication, innodb_overwrite_relay_log_info patch now included in the release fix assertions for UNIV_DEBUG new fix for rw_lock patch Percona XtraDB 1.0.3-4 (Sakura) available in […]

XtraDB storage engine release 1.0.2-3 (Spring edition) codename Sapporo

Today we announce release 1.0.2-3 of our XtraDB storage engine. Here is a list of enhancements: Move to MySQL 5.1.31 Scalability fix — ability to use several rollback segments Increasing the number of rseg may be helpful for CPU scale of write-intentional workloads. See benchmark results. Scalability fix — replaced page_hash mutex to page_hash read-write […]

XtraDB storage engine release 1.0.2-2 (New Year edition)

Today we announce release 1.0.2-2 of our XtraDB storage engine. Here is a list of enhancements: split-buffer_pool_mutex The patch splits global InnoDB buffer_pool mutex into several and eliminates waitings on flush IO and mutex when there is no enough free buffers. It helps if you have performance drops when data does not fit in memory. […]

Announcing Percona XtraDB Storage Engine: a Drop-in Replacement for Standard InnoDB

Today we officially announce our new storage engine, “Percona XtraDB“, which is based on the InnoDB storage engine. It’s 100% backwards-compatible with standard InnoDB, so you can use it as a drop-in replacement in your current environment. It is designed to scale better on modern hardware, and includes a variety of other features useful in […]

INFORMATION_SCHEMA tables in the InnoDB pluggable storage engine

Much has been written about the new InnoDB pluggable storage engine, which Innobase released at the MySQL conference last month. We’ve written posts ourselves about its fast index creation capabilities and the compressed row format, and how that affects performance. One of the nice things they added in this InnoDB release is INFORMATION_SCHEMA tables that […]

All thouse new MySQL Storage Engines

MySQL Users Conference 2008 has number of Storage Engines presented which claim to Kick Ass. Walking in exhibition hall you could see KickFire, Infobright, Tokutek, ScaleDB. I have not seen NitroDB in the exhibition call this year but they are also worth to mention. It is interesting to see all of them showing benchmarks with […]

MySQL Storage Engines – PBXT

I promised to write little articles about all storage engines which sessions I attended during MySQL Users Conference but I did not get too far yet, too busy. So today it is time for PBXT. I was very interested about session about PBXT because this is storage engine does not target the same general purpose […]