Tag - Benchmarks

How Can ScaleFlux Handle MySQL Workload?

ScaleFlux Handle MySQL

Recently I had the opportunity to test a storage device from ScaleFlux called CSD 2000. In this blog post, I will share the results of using it to run MySQL in comparison with an Intel device that had a similar capacity.
First of all, why do we need another storage device? Why is ScaleFlux any […]

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How MySQL 8.0.21 and MariaDB 10.5.4 Perform in IO-Bound Scenarios on SATA SSD and NVMe Storage

MySQL 8.0.21 and MariaDB 10.5.4 Perform in IO-Bound Scenarios

Continuing with the same topic and evaluating new versions of MariaDB and MySQL on Enterprise SSD Storage and How MySQL and MariaDB Perform on NVMe Storage, this time let’s take a look at how MySQL 8.0.21 and MariaDB 10.5.4 perform in IO-bound scenarios on both SATA SSD and NVMe storage.
To emulate the IO-bound scenario, […]

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How MySQL and MariaDB Perform on NVMe Storage

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MySQL and MariaDB on NVMe Storage  – The Great Equalizer
Continuing with the checkpointing topic I restarted a month ago with MongoDB, followed with PostgreSQL, and then with MySQL and MariaDB on Enterprise SSD Storage, this time let’s take a look at how MySQL and MariaDB perform on NVMe storage.
Benchmark
To evaluate MariaDB and MySQL, I […]

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Checkpointing in MySQL and MariaDB

Checkpointing in MySQL and MariaDB

Continuing with the checkpointing topic I restarted a month ago with MongoDB and followed with PostgreSQL, I wanted to check how MySQL and MariaDB perform.
It was actually some time when I last looked into MySQL in this regard, so I am curious how new MySQL versions (8.0.21 in this case) would perform. And while […]

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Evaluating Checkpointing in PostgreSQL

Checkpointing in PostgreSQL

Continuing with the checkpointing topic I started a month ago with my blog post MongoDB Checkpointing Woes, this time I want to review how PostgreSQL performs in this area. After this, I will be taking a look at MySQL and MariaDB. If anything, it will be fair not only to complain about MongoDB but […]

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