Where does real power of MySQL Storage Engines, and pluggable storage engines as MySQL 5.1 lays ? It is very much advertised this allows third parties to create their own storage engines and we can see solutions as Solid and PBXT . Plus there is Falcon storage engine being […]Read more
Performance optimization is never ending story, you can virtually always find something else to optimize but while on generic system, not tuned by expert you often can get significant performance increase in the matter of hours further performance improvements become more and more time consuming and expensive and gains smaller.
This observation […]
We often recommend to our clients to convert their current database from MyISAM tables to InnoDB.
The transfer by itself in most cases is almost plain, however the application can be broken by new unexpected errors
Lock wait timeout expired. Transaction was rolled back.
Transaction deadlock. You should rerun the transaction.
In MySQL 5.0 mainly error control was improved, such as strict mode was added to change famous MySQL behavior of cutting too large strings, too big numbers and allowing you to use dates such as February 31st.
In one case however reverse change was done – in regards to storage engine […]