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Benchmarking single-row insert performance on Amazon EC2

I have been working for a customer benchmarking insert performance on Amazon EC2, and I have some interesting results that I wanted to share. I used a nice and effective tool iiBench which has been …

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Evidenzia Upgrades to TokuDB v5.2 to Address Storage Growth and Scale Performance

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Ensuring sufficient disk I/O to catch copyright violations at network speed. Evidenzia GmbH & Co. KG Issues addressed: Storage growth, including maxed-out disk I/O utilization Performance issues and business impact due to slow selects Inability to revise …

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1 Billion Insertions – The Wait is Over!

iiBench measures the rate at which a database can insert new rows while maintaining several secondary indexes. We ran this for 1 billion rows with TokuDB and InnoDB starting last week, right after we launched …

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Side load may massively impact your MySQL Performance

When we’re looking at benchmarks we typically run some stable workload and we run it in isolation – nothing else is happening on the system. This is not however how things happen in real world …

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Improved InnoDB fast index creation

One of the serious limitations in the fast index creation feature introduced in the InnoDB plugin is that it only works when indexes are explicitly created using ALTER TABLE or CREATE INDEX. Peter has already …

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MySQL performance on EC2/EBS versus RDS

A while ago I started a series of posts showing benchmark results on Amazon EC2 servers with RAID’ed EBS volumes and MySQL, versus RDS machines. For reasons that won’t add anything to this discussion, I …

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Hot Column Addition and Deletion Part I – Performance

From 18 hours to 3 seconds! Hot Column Addition and Deletion (HCAD) Overview TokuDB v5.0 introduces several features that are new to the MySQL world. In this series of posts, we’re going to present some …

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High Rate insertion with MySQL and Innodb

I again work with the system which needs high insertion rate for data which generally fits in memory. Last time I worked with similar system it used MyISAM and the system was built using multiple …

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Clustering indexes vs. Covering indexes

Yesterday, I (Zardosht) posted an entry introducing clustering indexes. Here, I elaborate on three differences between a clustering index and a covering index: Clustering indexes can create indexes that would otherwise bounce up against the …

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Introducing Multiple Clustering Indexes

In this posting I’ll describe TokuDB’s multiple clustering index feature. In general (not just for TokuDB) a clustered index or a clustering index is an index that stores the all of the data for the …

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