Basically, we have a table with the following structure: CREATE TABLE `reqs` ( `id` INT(10) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `reqid` BIGINT(20) NOT NULL, `from` BIGINT(20) NOT NULL, `to` ...
I have a fairly busy InnoDB table (200,000 rows, I guess something like tens of queries per second). Due to a bug I got 14 rows with (the same) invalid email addresses in them and wanted to delete ...
What would make a query that deletes a row using the primary key of the table .. take too long ? This is a table with about 1.4M rows that gets .. 70%/30% read/write . I don't know where to look. ...