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InnoDB Logs

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March, 2014

InnoDB is the default transactional storage engine for MySQL and the most important and broadly useful engine overall. It was designed for processing many short-lived transactions that usually complete rather than being rolled back.

This Percona eBook focuses on one basic area: InnoDB logs. In Chapter 1, Stephane Combaudon shares is experience in MySQL performance audits, listing the top 10 MySQL settings to tune after installation - many of which include InnoDB settings. In Chapter 2 he explains why choosing a good InnoDB log file size is key to InnoDB write performance. Vadim Tkachenko, in Chapter 3, details the expected recovery time from 8G innodb_log_file.

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Stephane Combaudon

Stephane Combaudon

Architect

Stéphane joined Percona in July 2012, after working as a MySQL DBA for leading French companies. In real life, he lives in Paris with his wife and their twin daughters. When not in front of a computer or not spending time with his family, he likes playing chess and hiking.


Vadim Tkachenko

Vadim Tkachenko

CTO

Vadim leads Percona's Development group which produces the Percona Server, Percona XtraDB, and Percona XtraBackup. He is an expert in LAMP performance, especially optimizing MySQL and InnoDB internals to take full advantage of modern hardware using his multi-threaded programming background. Source code patches authored by Vadim have been incorporated by Oracle Corporation and its predecessors into the mainstream MySQL and InnoDB products. At Percona, Vadim also designs no-gimmicks benchmark tests of hardware, filesystems, storage engines, and databases.



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