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Notes from Architecture of Maria Storage Engine
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Here is the quick notes from the session “Architecture of Maria” from Monty Widenius, one of my all time favorite developer and founder of MySQL (http://www.mysql.com).

  • Goals
    • To create ACID complaint and Multi-version concurrency control (MVCC)  transactional storage engine for MySQL
    • To replace existing replacement for MyISAM and if possible the default transactional database
    • Maria can run in both transactional and non-transactional, so its easy to replace existing transactional and non-transactional engines
    • To create a storage engine which is good for data warehousing (DW) purposes
  • Why Falcon and Maria
    • two different architectures
    • different in feature, compatibility, performance
    • Target is for data warehousing
  • Project plan
    • 5.1
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