InnoDB : MySQL's ACID-compliant Storage Engine

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MySQL any way to import a huge (32 GB) sql dump faster?

I have this huge 32 GB sql dump that I need to import into MySQL. I haven't had to import such a huge sql dump before. I did the usual: mysql -uroot dbname < dbname.sql It is taking too long. ...
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Statements in State “Copying to tmp table” disrupt performance [closed]

On a MySQL database (version 5.1.73) a Magento-Shop executes a statement (A) that uses distinct, see http://pastebin.com/A2sy45nF and therefore is "Using temporary" according to "explain". ...
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How to batch multiple insert statements for database dump with MySQL?

I have a MySQL database with some large tables. In particular, the largest table (by far) currently has ~11,000,000 rows. According to the a query I ran, the table clocks in at around 1.7GB, but it's ...
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How to notice data lost in innodb engine

I have a web-application installed in some desktop pc, and I experienced some troubles with mysql innodb. In case of hardware fault (disk failure) or just power fault I lost many data in my database ...
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How mysql (innodb) handles auto increment column

I am working on a OLTP environment with multiple parallel write operation. I found this in documentation about auto increment locking but still i am interested to know much about it in details. Can ...
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Do I need to reindex mysql table after bulk delete?

I have a table in MySQL with a lot of INSERT and SELECT at every second. And there is a bulk delete of some older data once in a day. Do I need to reindex the table after delete? I want to increase ...
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Do I need to reindex my table in mysql after delete?

I have a table in mysql with a lot of INSERT and SELECT at every second. And there is a bulk delete of some older data once in a day. Do I need to reindex the table after delete? I want to increase ...
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MySQL InnoDB + high table creation-destruction rate

We are transferring a microsoft SQL based website (+app + plugins) structure to MySQL. The website has a high "Content + Comments + Activity Tracking" behaviour. Mainly because of the activity ...
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Can't seem to optimize joined select query

Can't seem to figure this one out. Query is taking upwards of 7-8 seconds which is just not acceptable and seems as though it will get worse as the table(s) get larger. Without going into a ton of ...
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moving binary database folder is causing issues with innodb tables

so I have a mix of myisam and innodb tables on a database. (its a pretty big db 30gb) I copied the folder of the database from one server to the next /var/lib/mysql/databasename well the myisam tables ...
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MySQL Inno DB Crash

This is the log of the crash. Basically every time I run a query it looses connection an crash. 2014-11-03 19:46:42 58021 [Note] Event Scheduler: Loaded 0 events 2014-11-03 19:46:42 58021 [Note] ...
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Does InnoDB Log Files take RAM space or Disk Space

When I set InnoDB Log File size to 512M, does it take the space (512M * 2) from RAM or the SSD Disk space? When I explored, I can see that the log files are located inside /var/lib/mysql folder. So ...
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Move a MySQL 5.5 database to a server running MySQL 5.1

I have a backup of a MySQL database (using InnoDB) from a Windows machine that was running MySQL 5.5. The Windows machine is no longer available and now I need to import the backup into an Ubuntu box ...
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Query perfomance with multiple JOINs on MyISAM-based DB

I'm working with Enron Email Dataset in MySQL database. After I executed data import from the dump file into MyISAM-based DB, I got the set of tables without any connections between them via foreign ...
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How to resolve “InnoDB data dictionary has tablespace id N” [duplicate]

I recently messsed up a migration to table-per-file for my dbs. In the end I (thought) I dropped all dbs, deleted any left over files, and then started over from scratch, importing only dbs I needed ...
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mysql innodb_buffer_pool_size let me understand

I couldn't find answer for my situation. I have a windows server 2008 with 2 cores and 7 GB RAM (Azure D1 VM). I'm running mariadb 10.0.14 on it. I have 2 databases (1.5GB and 9GB in size). ...
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Hyperthreading & MySQL InnoDB Thread Concurrency Performance

I have a dedicated DB Server with the following specs" Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5670 @ 2.93GHz 12 Cores MySQL 5.5.29 64 GB RAM RAID10 We are currently doing Hyperthreading ...
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Best Innodb Buffer Pool Size for 8GB RAM?

I found out that my MySQL server is configured with only 128MB for innodb_buffer_pool_size. That is not enough considering that I have a 8GB RAM server. It hosts MySQL server and an Apache/Catalina ...
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Benchmarking MyISAM vs InnoDB using Sysbench on MariaDB-10.0.14

I performed a "read" benchmark on MariaDB-10.0.14 db server using sysbench to compare performance between InnoDB and MyISAM on a single. Below are the sysbench commands i used: Create test table in ...
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update column without auto timestamp update

Hello everyone I have got a product stock table with a time-stamp column so the so any updated to that row will update the time stamp ,I'm happy with this setting but sometimes I want to update the ...
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Workaround to avoid read-only table locking during execution of MySql OPTIMIZE command

We need to optimize a large table (on a weekly basis) in order to reclaim disk space, since records are being deleted regularly from the table. The table in question is an InnoDB table and the ...
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Using partitioned table, and dealing with auto_increment PK

I have a big table (>100 million rows) that tracks user's activities. It has an ID, which is PK and has auto_increment property. This is the only unique key. Table also has userid and datetime column. ...
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MySQL on Server side PRIMARY KEY taking automatically random Id

I have problem in my database which i have uploaded in Database Version libmysql 5.1.73 In that i got problem like one PRIMARY_KEY field incrementing random values. inserted id's like 1, 2, 35, 67, ...
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In which situations is TokuDB higher performance? [closed]

I noticed that WordPress runs quite a bit faster when I use XtraDB (MariaDB's InnoDB replacement) instead of TokuDB. This is strange, because TokuDB is advertised as being 20x faster. However, I ...
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InnoDB error: exceeded log capacity…but only during import

I see this error in mysql.log: InnoDb error: the age of last checkpoint is...which exceeds the log group capacity etc.. I think I understand it, but the fact is that it's happening only during a ...
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mysql autoincrement counter

I need a way to keep auto-increment counter between mysql service restart. As docs states by default after restart mysql autoincrement counter start from max(id)+1. How can I keep the last ...
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Fourth inner join to the same table increases query duration significantly

As soon as I add a fourth inner join to a specific table, the query duration increases significantly: sub 1sec to 45sec. The table in question is deployments d4. The SQL Query: select a.id as ...
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Mysql Create table shows ERROR 1005 errno 150

I am trying to make a junction table, but I getting a ERROR 1005 errno 150 CREATE TABLE 61furiousFistPokemon( cardNumber int NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY, pokemonName VARCHAR(12), type VARCHAR(10), stage ...
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Super slow (day long) count(*) after upgrade to 5.6

After upgrading to Percona 5.6.20 from 5.5.34 I noticed counts on larger tables take a massively long time to execute. The table is about 27G and 300M rows. It is not compressed and was innodb ...
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How to combine duplicate parent rows in a relational MySQL table

I have my DB structured like this with people.person_id as the foreign key for each row in people_meta. people table ╔═════╦════════╦═══════╗ ║ id ║ fname ║ lname ║ ╠═════╬════════╬═══════╣ ║ ...
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MySQL keeps inserting new rows automatically [closed]

I have no clue of what is going on. My script goes this way: $i = 0; $c = $somecount; while($i < $c){ $en = comment_version($comments, $i, 'en'); $ru = comment_version($comments, $i, 'ru'); ...
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Very high load avg for MySQL database [closed]

I have a backend server which response to my clients app, it has more than 20k~25k hit per second and this make my server load average very high, I believe that my MySQL config is not appropriate. In ...
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I broke replication. Could this have been fixed?

I ran mysql_upgrade on both my master and slave after upgrading to a later version of mysql. Somewhere during this process replication broke for the mysql table. I was able to fix it manually, but ...
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How to take physical backup of MYSQL database

I am trying to find out some tool which can take physical backup of MYSQL database. Like mysqlbackup but it is not open source. There is mysqldump but i want to take physical backup. Can someone ...
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Identifying root cause of slow query outliers from pt-query-digest?

I've run pt-query-digest and noticed many outliers with very high query times. Many of these queries do not perform slowly when I run them myself, and I'm having trouble figuring out the root cause of ...
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Sudden periods of performance degradation

For the past couple of days, Ive been observing periods of huge performance degradation. CPU usage on our master MySQL server (Percona Server (GPL), Release rel24.1, Revision 217, InnoDB version ...
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Shut Down MySQL during InnoDB rollback after crash

I am puzzled once again. We had a server crash last night during some huge queries. Upon restart in the morning MySQL went into recovery mode. I needed to shut down the MySQL service and it is ...
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innodb fulltext Table handler out of memory

I am running mariadb 10 and have a large innodb table with a fulltext index. When searching I am regularly getting this error ERROR 128 (HY000): Table handler out of memory Is there some way I ...
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MySQL thousands connections after convert MyISAM to InnoDB on fail-over structure

I've acquired a fail-over structure and I migrated my databases to new structure converting all tables of my database from MyISAM to InnoDB engine, but, after import all databases, I have a problem ...
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Joining a column from another table with InnoDB engine

I'm using MySQL with InnoDB and I want to join the location column from products table into a productStock table. I have this table 'products' mysql> select * from products; ...
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Fastest way to alter column type in a 2-billion+ records innodb table

I have a MySQL table with 4 columns. The 1st column record_id is of type int, primary key, and auto-incremented. Now that I have added more than 2 billion records to this table I am finding that I ...
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innodb fulltext ibdata1 size

I am running mariadb 10 and have a large innodb table with a full text index. I have innodb_file_per_table=ON I've noticed though that the ibdata1 file grows at the same rate as my table file. I ...
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Innodb issue is preventing MySQL from starting [closed]

For some reason mysqld refused to start after I rebooted my server. Now when I try to start it I will get the following error: [root@vps1 ~]# service mysqld restart ERROR! MySQL server PID file ...
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High MySQL “InnoDB Writes Per Second” - Can't see the queries?

On our live MySQL 5.5 database server, we use MySQL Workbench for running manual queries, checking running queries to see what's going on, etc. I noticed today that on the "Server Status" tab there's ...
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Automatic slave reconfiguration after updating master

I have development mysql master and slave servers and a prod server. I need to set up regular (once a week) syncronization of dev and prod databases. It would be easy for me to use prod# mysqldump > ...
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Very slow response even with a high number of available connections

I'm running this server for data mining purposes. It runs several compute-intensive data mining applications in parallel and does simultaneous access to the MySQL server. Here are the ...
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Appropriate use of mysql Optimize Table

I want to come up with some best practice for maintaining our mysql database. versions 5.5/6 and using InnoDB. i came across this artice - ...
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Why pages not made young is zero?

In results of Show INNODB Status showed me very weird result: Pages made young 81821279, not young 0 The official statement says: Pages made young, not young: The number of old pages that were ...
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MySQL InnoDB log files on different location

I am using MySQL version: 5.5.38 There are following parameters that can control InnoDB log files: innodb_log_files_in_group - amount of log files in the group, by default 2. Will create 2 files ...
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Too much IO to MySQL InnoDB log files

I am using MySQL version: 5.5.38 I have dedicated HDD to InnoDB log files using innodb-log-group-home-dir option. atopsar -d 30 shows big load (>50%) to this HDD The thing is that I have only 75 ...