Hello everyone, here we go for a new blog post and now treating about InnoDB inside MySQL 5.5 and as you should now, this new version uses InnoDB Plugin version 1.1 which one has a lot of new adjustable resources. What most caught my attention was the impressed way that users could adjust it to have [...]
While setting up MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.2 (Merlin) on a system which had been running version 2.1 I thought I’d try and see what difference the change from using normal innodb tables to using the compressed table format available in the innodb plugin.
I’ve been using a separate db backend for merlin because for me it’s easier to manage and also the database backend has been put on a dedicated server. I’ve also been trying the innodb_plugin on another busier server as I had performance problems with the normal 5.1.42 built-in innodb engine which the plugin managed to solve.
So given that I was using a separate db server I upgraded it to 5.1.47, configured the server to use the plugin (1.0.8) rather than to use the built-in innodb engine and then decided to …[Read more]