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Write Optimization: Myths, Comparison, Clarifications

Some indexing structures are write optimized in that they are better than B-trees at ingesting data. Other indexing structures are read optimized in that they are better than B-trees at query time. Even within B-trees, …

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Friends of Percona Get 20% Off at the MySQL Conference!

We have a special Friends of Percona discount code that you can use to get 20% off of registration at the MySQL conference in April: mys11pkb. If you click the image to the left, or …

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Spreading .ibd files across multiple disks; the optimization that isn’t

Inspired by Baron’s earlier post, here is one I hear quite frequently – “If you enable innodb_file_per_table, each table is it’s own .ibd file.  You can then relocate the heavy hit tables to a different …

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Goal driven performance optimization

When your goal is to optimize application performance it is very important to understand what goal do you really have. If you do not have a good understanding of the goal your performance optimization effort …

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When to use Hardware upgrade instead of Software Optimization

One typical question which frequently pops up is whenever it is better to use hardware upgrade or optimize software more. I already wrote about it, for example here. Today I’ll look at the same topic …

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Announce: Front End Performance Optimization

I guess many of you know us and so our company for MySQL related services. It is true this is majority of our business at this point but it is far from everything. Our goal …

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Economics of Performance Optimization

I think every person responsible for Development or Operations of growing application sooner or later have to decide on couple few questions on how to tackle application performance. These questions are: Should we Optimize Application …

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Innodb Performance Optimization Basics

Note: There is an updated post on this topic here. Interviewing people for our Job Openings I like to ask them a basic question – if you have a server with 16GB of RAM which …

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Back from RIT2007

So I’m back from RIT2007 which took place April 16,17 in Moscow,Russia. The conference was well organized, while the conference center was a bit small for event – halls were jam packed during the breaks …

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Back from OpenSource Database Conference

I’m just back from OpenSource Database Conference and PHP International Conference which took place in Frankfurt. I’ve uploaded slides for two talks I’ve been giving which you might want to check out. In general Database …

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