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Announcing TokuDB 2.1.0

 | August 6, 2009 |  Posted In: Tokutek, TokuView


Tokutek® announces the release the release of the TokuDB storage engine for MySQL®, version 2.1.0. This release offers the following improvements over our previous release:

  • Faster indexing of sequential keys.
  • Faster bulk loads on tables with auto-increment fields.
  • Faster range queries in some circumstances.
  • Added support for InnoDB.
  • Upgraded from MySQL 5.1.30 to 5.1.36.
  • Fixed all known bugs.

About TokuDB

TokuDB for MySQL is a storage engine built with Tokutek’s Fractal Tree™ technology. TokuDB provides near seamless compatibility for MySQL applications. Tables can be individually defined to use TokuDB, MyISAM, InnoDB® or other MySQL-compliant storage engines. Data is loaded, inserted, and queried using standard MySQL commands, with no restrictions or special requirements. Fractal Trees can index data up to 50 times faster than traditional database technologies, enabling near real time analysis on large volumes of rapidly arriving data.

Notice: Tokutek and Fractal Tree are trademarks or registered trademarks of Tokutek, Inc. MySQL is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. InnoDB is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation.



  • Congratulations!

    “Added support for InnoDB.”

    What does this mean? Do you build TokuDB indexes over an InnoDB table?

  • Hi. It is now possible to have both InnoDB tables and TokuDB tables. You can do joins between them. You can alter tables to switch between them. Each table with be of one type or the other (or MyISAM, etc), but they interoperate.

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