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Gluh on InnoDB extended secondary keys
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Sergey Glukhov (Gluh) recently wrote an interesting blog about InnoDB secondary key improvements in MySQL 5.6. His blog isn't aggregated to planet.mysql.com but certainly deserves some attention. 
Here it is: InnoDB, extended secondary keys.
A few notes on InnoDB PRIMARY KEY
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InnoDB uses an index-organized data storage technique, wherein the primary key acts as the clustered index and this clustered index holds the data. Its for this reason that understanding the basics of InnoDB primary key is very important, and hence the need for these notes.
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