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InnoDB Page Compression – MySQL 8 Compression

InnoDB Page Compression Explained 

We have several customers with multi-terabyte database infrastructure on SSDs, The SSDs are great investment for performance but they are also expensive with shorter lifespans so storage efficiency management is something we are very cautious about on SSDs, At MinervaDB Labs we spend considerable amount of time doing research on InnoDB page compressions benefits and most common mistakes. The compressed tables were first introduced in 2008  with InnoDB plugin for MySQL 5.1 . Facebook has been a major committer to this project and most of it were later implemented in upstream MySQL code as well. We can implement compression in InnoDB is two ways, Either by using Barracuda InnoDB file format or ROW_FORMAT=COMPRESSED

How InnoDB page compression works ?

When a page is …

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Compression Options in MySQL (Part 2)

In one of my previous posts, I started a series on data compression options with MySQL. The first post focused on the more traditional compression options like InnoDB Barracuda page compression and MyISAM packing. With this second part, I’ll discuss a newer compression option, InnoDB transparent page compression with punch holes available since 5.7. First, I’ll describe the transparent page compression method and how it works. Then I’ll present similar results as in the first post.

InnoDB transparent page compression

Before we can discuss transparent page compression, we must understand how InnoDB accesses its data pages. To access an InnoDB page, you need to know the tablespace (the file) and the offset of the page within the …

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InnoDB Page Compression: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

In this blog post, we’ll look at some of the facets of InnoDB page compression.

Somebody recently asked me about the best way to handle JSON data compression in MySQL. I took a quick look at InnoDB page compression and wanted to share my findings.

There is also some great material on this topic that was prepared and presented by Yura Sorokin at Percona Live Europe 2017: Yura also implemented …

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MariaDB 10.1.3 Overview and Highlights

MariaDB 10.1.3 was recently released, and is available for download here:

This is the 1st beta, and 4th overall, release of MariaDB 10.1, so there are a lot of new changes, functionalities added, defaults changed, and many bugs fixed (I counted 420 – 117 in 10.1.2 & 637 in 10.1.1, fwiw).

Since it’s beta, I’ll only cover the major changes and additions, and omit covering general bug fixes (feel free to browse them all here).

To me, these are the highlights of the new features:

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