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MySQL 5.6.17: Improved Online Optimize Table For INNODB and PARTITIONED INNODB Tables
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OPTIMIZE TABLE is a maintenance operation used to recover the disk space and improve IO efficiency. It is recommended that the operation is carried out under the cases noted in the optimize table documentation.

MySQL versions prior to MySQL 5.6.17 does not allow concurrent changes (inserts, updates, deletes) to the table when the OPTIMIZE TABLE operation is being performed on that table. This causes downtime for user applications and is relatively high for large tables.

OPTIMIZE TABLE for INNODB or PARTITIONED INNODB tables used ALTER TABLE FORCE operation internally to address the fragmentation problem prior to MySQL 5.6.17. This involves doing a table copy and taking a strong lock in the SQL-layer which blocks all concurrent changes to the table,

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