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Why TokuDB hates Transparent HugePages
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If you try to install the TokuDB storage engine on a modern Linux distribution it might fail with following error message:

2014-07-17 19:02:55 13865 [ERROR] TokuDB will not run with transparent huge pages enabled.
2014-07-17 19:02:55 13865 [ERROR] Please disable them to continue.
2014-07-17 19:02:55 13865 [ERROR] (echo never > /sys/kernel/mm/transparent_hugepage/enabled)

You might be curious why TokuDB refuses to start with Transparent HugePages. Are they not a good thing… allowing smaller kernel page tables and less TLB misses when accessing data in the buffer pool? I was curious, so I asked Tim Callaghan this very question.

This problem originates with TokuDB using jemalloc memory allocator, which uses a particular trick to deal with memory fragmentation. The classical problem with memory



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