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Repeatable Read Isolation Level in InnoDB - How Consistent Read View Works
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This article discusses about the approach taken by InnoDB Storage Engine of MySQL to provide the repeatable read isolation level.  First, an example is presented to demonstrate the two different designs that are possible.  Then the design used in InnoDB is presented followed by a short discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of this design choice.  As part of this discussion, we also present a performance optimization done in MySQL 5.6. 
An Example Scenario

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On Covering Indexes and Their Impact on Performance
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The purpose of this post is to describe what covering indexes are and how they can be used to improve the performance of queries. People mostly use indexes to filter or sort the results but not much thought is given to actually reduce the disk reads by using proper indexes. So I will show you how to reduce disk reads and hence improve the performance of queries by utilizing indexes properly.

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