MySQL 5.7 just rocks! ;-)

A next MySQL 5.7 milestone release is available an it just rocks! ;-)

few benchmark results to see where we're today comparing:

  • MySQL 5.7 / 5.6 / 5.5
  • Percona Server 5.6 / 5.5
  • MariaDB 10 / 5.5

for all engines the latest available versions were used; the data set is fitting memory size, so the main focus is on the internal contentions here: already fixed for some engines, or still remained for another ones ;-)

Sysbench OLTP_RO 8-tables :

Sysbench OLTP_RO Point-Selects 8-tables :

Sysbench OLTP_RW 8-tables :

All details about these benchmark results and others (IO-bound OLTP_RW, Uniform & Pareto, DBT2, LinkBench) - I'll present during my talk tomorrow at PerconaLive 2014. I will also cover: all internals about InnoDB flushing design and how we're making it yet more improved it in 5.7, fixed and pending issues we have for today, the impact of InnoDB purge, filesystem and flash storage choices on IO-heavy workloads, and several still pending unexplained mysteries around.. - prepare your brain for some storming ;-)

If you're attending Percona Live, don't miss the following talks from MySQL Team :

as well we'll be present all here this evening during our "Meeting MySQL Team" BOF session to answer any questions you want and discuss any issues you have - your valuable feedback helps us to make MySQL yet more better! - and nothing is better here than live and fair face to face discussions.. - so, don't miss ;-)

Also, to get an overview of all the new features and improvements coming within this 5.7 milestone release - you may find many interesting information for you by reading Geir's article - UPD: my slides are here - MySQL_Perf-Percona_Live_2014-dim-key.pdf