Here’s the weekly review of Percona Server and XtraBackup news. Before I begin, let me briefly address a common question. We are sometimes asked about our plans in light of developments in the market such as MySQL 5.5, MariaDB, Drizzle, etc. The short answer is that we’re very happy with Oracle’s […]Read more
Percona Server release 5.5.10-20.1 is now available for download. This is aÂ release candidateÂ for theÂ Percona Server 5.5 series. In addition toÂ MySQL 5.5.10 now being the base version, here are the changes that have been madeÂ since Percona Server beta release 5.5.8-20.0: (more…)Read more
I mentioned problems with InnoDB flushing in a previous post. Before getting to ideas on a solution, let’s define some terms and take a look into theory.
The two most important parameters for InnoDB performance are innodb_buffer_pool_size and innodb_log_file_size. InnoDB works with data in memory, and all changes to data are performed in […]
Sometimes the question is put like are you looking for Performance OR Stability, which I believe is a strange way to put it. In real life systems you care both about Performance AND Stability. I would even say Stability is a not the best world here, I would day you care about […]Read more