The InnoDB adaptive hash index can have contention issues on multi-core systems when you run a mix of read and write queries that need to scan secondary indexes. This feature splits the adaptive hash index across several equal-sized partitions to avoid such problems.
The number of adaptive hash partitions specified by the variable
innodb_adaptive_hash_index_partitions are created, and each hash index is assigned to a particular partition based on
index_id. Thus the effect from the AHI partitioning is greatest when the AHI accesses are uniformly spread over a large number of indexes (table primary and secondary keys). However, if there are certain few hot indexes, then their corresponding AHI partitions will be hot as well, while others might be completely unused.
5.6.13-60.6- Feature ported from Percona Server 5.5
1-64, (on 32-bit platform 1-32)
Specifies the number of partitions to use in the adaptive hash search process.
When set to one, no extra partitions are created and the normal process is in effect. When greater than one, the specified number of partitions are created across which to perform the adaptive search.
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