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InnoDB Change Buffering - Percona Live 2015

My first real session of the day today at Percona Live was “InnoDB Change Buffering” with Davi Arnaut from LinkedIn.

The change buffer is used to batch changes to non-unique secondary indexes to avoid random I/O. 128 more words


how innodb lost its advantage

For years it was very easy to defend InnoDB’s advantage over competition – covering index reads were saving I/O operations and CPU everywhere, table space and I/O management allowed to focus on database and not on file systems or virtual memory behaviors, and for past few years InnoDB compression was the way to have highly efficient OLTP (or in our case – SGTP – Social Graph Transaction Processing) environments. 944 more words


MySQL Engines : Comparison InnoDB vs MyISAM

Terdapat berbagai macam enggine yang ada pada MySQL namun, hanya ada 2 jenis utama dari mesin penyimpanan tabel untuk database pada MySQL yang lebih banyak digunakan yaitu  462 more words

Geek Stuff

What is difference between MYISAM and InnoDB?

I am writing this article to all those PHP follower to understand the difference between MYISAM and INNODB.

1. MYISAM supports Table-level Locking
2. MyISAM designed for need of speed… 100 more words


UnInstall MySQL From Linux Systems

Here we will explore how to remove MYSQL PACKAGES FROM LINUX BASED SYSTEM. This is very simple method to remove packages from Linux Based system. Please note before removing packages do take Full database backup and also necessary files etc. 67 more words


Lock wait timeout exceeded error in MySQL

The lock wait timeout exceeded error comes up occasionally in MySQL and is frequently followed by a request to the DBA to raise the innodb_lock_wait_timeout setting. 840 more words


How much memory should we assign to MariaDB?

How much memory should we assign to MariaDB?

Before answering, I’ll show you a procedure I use to get the amount of memory I’m using. See the comments to make it work on Oracle MySQL. 447 more words