Tag - Patches

Guess what?! Microsecond slow query timing finally available in MySQL!

Vadim asked me yesterday to update Microslow patch for 5.1.21, because the previous one I wrote for 5.1.20 failed to apply correctly on the new MySQL release. Imagine the expression on my face after I unpacked the sources and found out that MySQL incorporated the patch to their release. So it’s a built-in feature […]

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Microslow patch for 5.0.37

Just short message that patch enables microsecond resolution in slow-log (see more https://www.percona.com/blog/2006/09/06/slow-query-log-analyzes-tools/) for 5.0.37 is available here:
www.percona.com/blog/files/patches/patch.slow-micro.5.0.37.diff
The patch for 5.0.41 :
www.percona.com/blog/files/patches/patch.slow-micro.5.0.41.diff

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Binaries of MySQL 5.0.33 Community release for AMD64 / EM64T

Update 3 June 2008: We have removed the builds below, since they are quite obsolete and no one has posted comments about them since more than a year ago.
Great news are MySQL finally released new Community release – MySQL 5.0.33, which however as promised comes without Binaries.
This version also does not have any community […]

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Backport of micro-time patch to mysql 4.1

Taking into account 4.1 tree is still popular and is used on many production servers we
decided to make backport of patch to slow-log queries. The patch allows to specify time of slow queries in microseconds and is very helpful in a fight with problematic queries. 4.1 Patch is available here (The original patch was […]

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Returning to InnoDB scalability

I’m again returning to InnoDB scalability and related bug #15815 as it hurts many users and customers using multi-cpu servers.
Short intro into problem:
On 4-CPU box 1 thread executes full-table scan select query for 8 sec,
but with 4 threads – each thread executes query for 240 sec.
It is very strange as threads use only SELECT […]

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Stack trace for x86_64 boxes

We are going to release several patches which are not included in official MySQL releases.
First one is automatically stack trace for x86_64 systems. Currently MySQL resolves stack in crash only for x86 boxes.
You can download patch for 5.0.22 source tree here.
How to use: place stack64.diff into main source dir; execute patch -p1 < stack64.diff. One [...]

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