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OPTIMIZE TABLE on Cluster (revisited)
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Jonas just wrote a patch to this bug on OPTIMIZE TABLE, and the issue that was also discussed in this blog post. Jonas also fixed this bug when he was at it.

Before, OPTIMIZE TABLE hardly freed up any pages and to defragment you had to do a rolling restart of the data nodes.

Now, there is only a 2% discrepancy between OPTIMIZE TABLE and doing a rolling restart. This is great stuff.
This will fix will make it into 6.3.26 and 7.0.7.

See below for details:

Creating two tables, t5 and t6:

CREATE TABLE `t5` (
`id` varchar(32) CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL,
`name`












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Memory (de)allocation,(de)fragmentation, and chkfrag!
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(this blog post applies to MySQL Cluster 6.3 and MySQL Cluster 6.4/7.0)

A while ago I discussed Memory Allocation in MySQL Cluster. Here it comes again, but we also discuss fragmentation and a tool to help analyze if there is fragmentation.

The main problem I want to address here is that "I filled up 100% of my DataMemory, then deleted 40% and I cannot create a new table!!". Now this is not such a common problem, but can happen in systems with a lot of insert/deletes (especially on VAR* columns), and can be an issue if you need to create a new table. If the allocation patterns are always on the same set of tables, then this is less of an issue.

Allocation





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