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dim_STAT : v.9.0 CoreUpdate-20-12

Just realized I did not post any notes about dim_STAT CoreUpdates during the last 3 years, so will try to fix it now with the following short summary ;-))

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dim_STAT : Collect MySQL & System stats @Linux locally

Generally you have much bigger benefit with dim_STAT when you're collecting and analyzing your data live (online). However, there maybe still many situations when this is simply not possible (due security restrictions, wide remote distance, or simply externally inaccessible hosts, etc.) -- for such cases dim_STAT has special tool EasySTAT allowing you to collect all the needed stats locally on the given machine, and then later to upload them to your dim_STAT server for post-analyze. To simplify overall setup, EasySTAT is integrated into STAT-service of dim_STAT and can be directly involved from there, also following the same rules for MySQL access and so on (e.g. if your STAT-service is already operational, then your EasySTAT will be too ;-))

The following article is explaining how to deploy and start EasySTAT

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MySQL Performance: Collecting stats from your workload

Pretty often I was asked by many people about solutions I'm using while analyzing MySQL performance issues and generating various graphs presented in my reports and blog posts.. - Well, I've always used and continue to use dim_STAT - the tool I'm developing myself since 15 years now, and which is freely available on this site :-) The tool is mainly collecting any kind of stats from the system and applications, and then giving you a way to analyze them live or later via web interface - nothing new now days, but well, I have my habits, like to play with collected data and want to know exactly what I'm analyzing ;-)) (while many of you are using other tools, including a really excellent MySQL Enterprise Monitor, and it's all ok for me too - as in my mind changes are coming only since people become unhappy with what they have, or hitting some limitations, etc.) -- personally, I'm pretty happy, …

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MySQL Performance: Improving Stability

Huge performance improvement was came with MySQL 5.5.4, and looking on the following picture it's very easy to see why:

It's a one hour Read+Write dbSTRESS workload with 32 sessions running non-stop on 16 cores server. The left part of the picture corresponds to MySQL 5.1 activity, and the right one to MySQL 5.5.4. The first graph represents TPS levels, and the second one - the mutex waits observed during each test.

Even without going in details you may see how dramatically were reduced mutex waits! And I would say one of the greatest InnoDB features was a compact presentation of the "show innodb mutex" output which gave the way to monitor InnoDB more in depth and understand its contentions on each workload! - it's still not perfect, but anyway a big step ahead :-) and helped a lot to improve 5.5.4.

From the mutex waits graph you may see that the most hot "visible" contention now is on the index mutex (well, the …

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New features in dim_STAT v.8.5 for InnoDB Monitoring

Last week the new version 8.5 of dim_STAT was shipped. Along with other new features, there is a new Add-On was introduced since this version: innodbMUTEX. The data collecting by this Add-On are based on the "show engine innodb mutex" output. And it's not only able to scan the "standard" output, but also the "extended" output as well (by extended I mean if with debug options or with a little bit of hacking you'll force InnoDB to print other mutex wait values - they are already present within a code, but by default enabled only for debugging currently). For example in my case I wanted to analyze if in every case a mutex having the highest number of waits/sec will be also having the highest waited time.. - And it was not always true :-) But at least it's true for the rollback segment mutex:

Other previously introduced Add-Ons were also updated (mysqlSTAT, mysqlLOAD, innodbSTAT), and you may get more details about them from …

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Performance Trainings & Conferences in Kiev

Last week I've participated in several Performance Conferences and Trainings in Kiev. Events mainly were dedicated to the latest improvements within MySQL performance, as well Solaris and Oracle tuning / performance analyzing and best practices. The week was very hot :-) but I've enjoyed every day discussing with creative and smart people! People hungry on knowledge and ready to stay 2 hours more overnight outpassing all allowed timing - it was a real pleasure to share all I know! :-))

So, I'd like to thank all participants! As well Sun@Kiev and i-Klass teams who organized and prepared all these events! I may only wish to see such events more and more often, and don't forget to invite me again! :-))

NOTE : similar conference about MySQL performance improvement will be organized soon in Paris - so if you're …

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