InnoDB is the storage engine behind most busy MySQL databases in the world. How does it store data? How does it track free space? How does it retrieve rows? This presentation dissects InnoDB's storage formats and digs into the physical structure of tablespace files, extents, pages, records, indexes, and free space management. How many bytes would it take to store rows in a particular schema?... [read more]
Sr. Systems Engineer, Google, Inc.
Jeremy is working on MySQL and related systems as a Sr. Systems Engineer in the SRE organization at Google. Jeremy was an early MySQL user, and an early employee of MySQL; later on, a community member, and an outside contributor. Prior to Google, Jeremy organized and led the MySQL Geeks that kept Yahoo! running, ran Proven Scaling consulting for dozens of companies, and built and led the DBA team at Twitter.
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