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New Shard-Query features checked into SVN
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I checked some updates to Shard-Query into SVN. Partitioning support has been extended for MySQL 5.6+ to ALL partitioning types.

This includes all previously unsupported types including RANGE LIST/COLUMNS partitioned tables that are partitioned over more than one column, and HASH/KEY/LINEAR variants as well. Shard-Query now exclusively uses the PARTITION hint for partition elimination instead of WHERE clauses in MySQL 5.6. For 5.5 and previous versions, support remains limited to LIST,RANGE, and LIST/RANGE COLUMNS over a single column.

The old mysql interface DAL has been replaced completely by the PDO DAL.

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New flushing algorithm in InnoDB
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In MySQL labs release April 2012 we have reworked the flushing heuristics in InnoDB. In this post I’ll give an overview of what we have changed and the various configuration variables we have introduced to fine tune the flushing algorithm. If you are interested in finding out how our new flushing algorithm fares in benchmarks you can get these details in Dimitri’s well-explained blog here.

Flushing means writing dirty pages to disk. I have explained in some detail about …

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InnoDB persistent stats got a friendly UI
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After introducing InnoDB persistent statistics in MySQL 5.6, in this April Labs release we have dressed it up in a nice UI and refactored the internals a bit to make the code more elegant and straight-forward.

The persistent stats are now controlled globally and can also be overridden at table level, should any table require a different behavior.

Global

The server global flag –innodb-stats-persistent (boolean) now controls whether all InnoDB tables use persistent statistics or not. Keep in mind that if …

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Memcached With SASL Support
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In this April MySQL Lab release, we’ll provide you a more robust and release-ready InnoDB Memcached Engine with a few enhancements. The most notable addition is the SASL support, which gives users the capability to protect their MySQL database from unauthenticated access through memcached clients. In this blog, I will walk you through steps of getting this option enabled.

Background Info:
SASL stands for “Simple Authentication and Security Layer”, which is a Standard for adding authentication support to connection-based protocols. Memcached added SASL support starting its 1.4.3 release. And here is a …

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April 2012 Labs Release – Online DDL Improvements
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This feature is a continuation of the “Fast Index Creation” feature introduced in Fast Index Creation in the InnoDB Storage Engine. Now you can perform other kinds of DDL operations on InnoDB tables online: that is, with minimal delay for operations on that table, and without rebuilding the entire table. This enhancement improves responsiveness and availability in busy …

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InnoDB transportable tablespaces
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The Problem

In the past, users were unable to take full advantage of the FLUSH TABLES WITH READ LOCK statement. InnoDB simply ignored the flush to disk part. If the table did not have any dirty pages in the InnoDB buffer that weren’t synced to disk (due to sheer luck) then it was safe to copy the .ibd file to another location. Also, the restore was not without its limitations and complications. The .ibd file could not be copied over to another server because InnoDB during …

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Choose the Location of your InnoDB File-per-Table Tablespace
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The April 2012 InnoDB labs release introduces a new feature in InnoDB that allows you to choose the location of specific tables.  For example, you can place critical tables onto an SSD drive while leaving the system tablespace on a hard drive.  Conversely, you can store you primary database files on an SSD and put a seldom used but very large archive or reference table on a larger cheaper hard drive.

Innodb now makes use of the following existing syntax in MySQL ;

CREATE TABLE  . . .  DATA DIRECTORY = ‘absolute path of data directory’;

CREATE TABLE  . . .  PARTITION . . . DATA DIRECTORY = ‘absolute path …

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InnoDB 2012 Spring Labs Release
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InnoDB team is pleased to announce the 2012 Spring labs release, with several much anticipated new features and performance enhancements. Please download mysql-5.6-labs-april-2012 from MySQL Labs and give a try. Do not forget to provide your feedback.

The 2012 Spring labs release on MySQL Labs consists of the following InnoDB new features, which are not in the newly released MySQL 5.6.5 DMR yet:

  • Online DDL: some of the DDLs are now truly online, including ADD INDEX, SET DEFAULT, and DROP FOREIGN KEY.
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InnoDB 5.6.4 supports databases with 4k and 8k page sizes
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In the 5.6.4 release it is now possible to create an InnoDB database with 4k or 8k page sizes in addition to the original 16k page size. Previously, it could be done by recompiling the engine with a different value for UNIV_PAGE_SIZE_SHIFT and UNIV_PAGE_SIZE. With this release, you can set –innodb-page-size=n when starting mysqld, or put innodb_page_size=n in the configuration file in the [mysqld] section where n can be 4k, 8k, 16k, or 4096, 8192, 16384.

The support of smaller page sizes may be useful for certain storage media such as SSDs. Performance results can vary depending on your data schema, record size, and read/write ratio. But this …

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InnoDB 2011 Summer Labs Releases
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In April of 2011, InnoDB team published the early access of NoSQL to InnoDB with memcached, plus several new features as part of MySQL 5.6.2 milestone release. This week, we announced additional early access to new InnoDB features for the community to test, and provide feedback.

There are two release packages from InnoDB team on MySQL Labs: InnoDB full-text search, …

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