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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

I used MySQL 5.5 for this purpose.  Let us create the following tables t1 and t2 in the test database that is available by default. Even though the default storage engine in MySQL 5.5 is InnoDB, I explicitly specify it for clarity.  

mysql> use test;
mysql>



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Log Buffer #137
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This is the 137th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs. Dave Edwards is enjoying a week off, and so as part of my plot to take over the world, I am writing this week’s Log Buffer.

First, the fun stuff: Josh Berkus tells us that the American English Translation of the Manga Guide to Databases is available in Japanese Fairies and Third Normal Form.

Then, the basics:
Giri Mandalika points to an article on Using MySQL with Java Technology. This is a basic article on how to connect, and does not go into all the wonders

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