Removing TokuDB storage engine¶
In case you want remove the TokuDB storage engine from Percona Server without causing any errors, the following is the recommended procedure:
Change the tables from TokuDB to InnoDB¶
If you still need the data in the TokuDB tables you must alter the tables to another supported storage engine, i.e., InnoDB:
mysql> ALTER TABLE City ENGINE=InnoDB;
If you remove the TokuDB storage engine before you have changed your tables to another supported storage engine, you won’t be able to access that data without re-installing the TokuDB storage engine.
Removing the plugins¶
One option is to remove the TokuDB storage engine with all installed plugins by running the
ps-admin --disable-tokudb -uroot -pPassw0rd
The script output should look like this:
Checking if Percona server is running with jemalloc enabled... >> Percona server is running with jemalloc enabled. Checking transparent huge pages status on the system... >> Transparent huge pages are currently disabled on the system. Checking if thp-setting=never option is already set in config file... >> Option thp-setting=never is set in the config file. Checking TokuDB plugin status... >> TokuDB plugin is installed. Removing thp-setting=never option from /etc/mysql/my.cnf >> Successfully removed thp-setting=never option from /etc/mysql/my.cnf Uninstalling TokuDB plugin... >> Successfully uninstalled TokuDB plugin.
The ps-admin removal may not restore the Transparent Huge Pages (THP) to the original operating system default state. You may have the following result:
$ cat /sys/kernel/mm/transparent_hugepage/enabled always madvise [never]
On many operating systems, the default state is
[always]. To enable transparent huge pages, run the following:
$ echo always > /sys/kernel/mm/transparent_hugepage/enabled
Another option is to manually remove the TokuDB storage engine with all installed plugins:
UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb; UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb_file_map; UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb_fractal_tree_info; UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb_fractal_tree_block_map; UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb_trx; UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb_locks; UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb_lock_waits; UNINSTALL PLUGIN tokudb_background_job_status;
After the engine and the plugins have been uninstalled you can remove the TokuDB package by using the apt/yum commands:
[root@centos ~]# yum remove Percona-Server-tokudb-57.x86_64
root@wheezy:~# apt-get remove percona-server-tokudb-5.7
Make sure you’ve removed all the TokuDB specific variables from your configuration file (
my.cnf) before you restart the server, otherwise server could show errors or warnings and won’t be able to start.