If you ever had a replication slave that is severely behind, you probably noticed that it’s not catching up with a busy master at a steady pace. Instead, the “Seconds behind master” is going up and down so you can’t really tell whether the replica is catching up or not by looking at just […]Read more
Spoiler alert: If your boss does not need an elephant, he is definitely NOT going to buy one from you. If he will, he will regret it and eventually you will too.
I must appologize to the reader who was expecting to find an advice on selling useless goods to his boss. While I do […]
One of the problems I have with Memcache is this cache is passive, this means it only stores cached data. This means application using Memcache has to has to special logic to handle misses from the cache, being careful updating the cache – you may have multiple data modifications happening at the same […]Read more
As you see MySQL is doing great in InnoDB performance improvements, so we decided to concentrate more on additional InnoDB features, which will make difference.
Beside ideas I put before https://www.percona.com/blog/2009/03/30/my-hot-list-for-next-innodb-features/ (and one of them – moving InnoDB tables between servers are currently under development), we have few mores:
– Stick some InnoDB tables / indexes […]