InnoDB : MySQL's ACID-compliant Storage Engine

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Can't create table, but table doesn't exist

I'm using these steps to create a table my_user, that already existed but somehow vanished from my database my_db: mysql> USE my_db; mysql> DROP TABLE my_user; mysql> ERROR 1051 (42S02): ...
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Options to include with mysqldump when taking backup of hybrid databases

I'm planning on taking backups of all MySQL databases on a remote production server. The combined database size is around 2 GB. Most of the tables are InnoDB ~1.8 GB and the rest are MyISAM. Now I've ...
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MyISAM InnoDB performance

MyISAM vs InnoDB I keep reading how InnoDB is faster than MyISAM. I wanted to find out myself. When I was using a forloop in PHP to fill my MySQL test database with 100,000 numbers using PDO driver. ...
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MySQL InnoDB transactions with lot of delete instructions

We have a process that runs frequently and does the following steps on a mysql database of type innodb. SET autocommit = 0; DELETE FROM table WHERE category='something'; -- every 300 rows or whatever ...
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Mysql super slow

I have a database of movies that I downloaded, it is around 51mb in size. One of the tables has more than 750k records(all separate insert statements(I believe this is bad)). The rest aren't so bad ...
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Why didn't MySQL keep the innodb_file_format after loading a mysqldump

I was loading a mysql dump today when I ran into ERROR 1118 (42000) at line 279: Row size too large (> 8126) Which I thought was weird because I know I had turned on row compression and was ...
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How can I solve this error InnoDB: is in the future?

InnoDB: is in the future! Current system log sequence number 412018685584. InnoDB: Your database may be corrupt or you may have copied the InnoDB InnoDB: tablespace but not the InnoDB log files. See ...
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More Details for MySQL's errorno:150

When MySQL can't create a table due to a foreign key constraint problem, it returns the following error Can't create table 'dbname.table_name' (errno: 150) Is there anyway to have MySQL tell you ...
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MySQL Index creation failing on table is full

UPDATE: tl;dr: The problem was MySQL uses the TMPDIR when creating indexes. And my TMPDIR was the one running out of disk space. Original Q: I'm trying to add an index to an InnoDB table, and ...
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LOCK=NONE when adding NOT NULL constraint fails with “cannot silently convert NULL values” error despite no NULL values being present

I'm trying to use MySQL's online DDL feature to add a NOT NULL constraint to an InnoDB table without blocking writes to the table. According to manual, this should be possible - the linked table ...
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2 tables in mysql database overloading cpu even after optimize

thanks for reading this question i hope someone can give some insight into some steps. Here is my steps report. I added memcached instead of mysql cache. optimize the 2 tables from buddypress that ...
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Denormalizing to speed up inserts

I have a MySQL InnoDb table with approximately 40 million rows and the following columns: param1 (int), param2 (int), param3 (int), geo (char2), value1 (bigint), value2 (bigint) I have an ...
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temp table (#sql-7a87_230c32.ibd along with its .frm) still exists on slave

I executed some alter statements on my master server, which have been successfully executed on master (now there is no temp table on master) and all alter also have been replicated on slave server ...
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innodb completely crashed after interruption

I am having a major crash on mysql affecting a lot of websites. We had a crash on our SAN storage. Since that time, mysql refuse to start. I tried to reinstall mysql, but still no luck. I think ...
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MySQL from table to table data transfer

I've got some problem with my MySQL. I have the database with many many data. Well, there is only one table actually with huge ammount of data, over 1 billion rows. For some reasons I need to create ...
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Aborted connection (Got an error reading communication packets) MySQL on Amazon RDS

I'm getting the following warning in MySQL: Aborted connection (Got an error reading communication packets) I'm using Amazon RDS for MySQL hosting. Both MyISAM and InnoDB storage engines are ...
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Mysql Queries cause high load in server

I have problem in the database ,here is phpmyadmin status queries --------------------+ ...
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MySQL TEXT Disk Space

I have a plain text file with 3 million articles divided with \n. The file is 58G When I'm adding the articles to an InnoDB table one per row INT id TEXT article_content the .ibd file of this ...
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forcing innodb recovery of a corrupted database

A poorly designed script selected records from two existing tables and added records to a newly created table for 24 hours until I killed it by terminating the MySQL 5.6 command line client and ...
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Why is InnoDB waiting for table metadata lock in simple INSERT/DELETE + SELECT?

I've started using a new MySQL server and moved an InnoDB table there. I'm seeing a weird behavior that when I have a long running INSERT / DELETE, any SELECT from the same table is locked which is ...
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Peer review database design for various reports

I'm currently trying to redesign a poorly thought out database for a peer review system that we use internally at my workplace. Employees can log on and submit a review about another employee who ...
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ibdata1 corrupted, recover from ib_logfile?

A failing hard drive have left me with a corrupted ibdata1 file. I know where the file starts but not where it ends. The hard drive recovery software claims the file is larger than the hard drive ...
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ERROR - Function 'innodb' already exists

I'm looking to start converting some MyISAM tables to INNODB. Running Ubuntu 14.04 Server with MySQL 5.6 ( apt-get upgraded from 5.5 ), 32G ram on 4 core/ 8 thread cpu. Initially had trouble with... ...
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poor and/or unreliable InnoDB performance

I recognize that there are a ton of posts like this, but after reading up on InnoDB performance problems, nothing I tried has helped. I have a database containing four InnoDB tables. The largest ...
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InnoDB Buffer Pool Hit Rate

As given at http://cherry.world.edoors.com/COBFKUqnUdBY one can obtain buffer hit ratio by following sql query: SELECT round ((P2.variable_value / P1.variable_value),4), P2.variable_value, P1....
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How do I make binlog-format=ROW the start up default in the /etc/my.cnf file?

I can run the query SET GLOBAL binlog_format = 'ROW' and it works for that session. How do I make this setting stick after stopping and restarting MySQL? NOTE: I am on version 5.5.19 of MySQL (...
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How can I determine the performance (rows/second) for a certain query on one of my tables?

I want to find the performance (rows/second) for an UPDATE query on one of my tables so I can adjust my WHERE clause to select an appropriate number of records. The table has around 10 million rows. ...
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LOAD DATA stuck at Null State MySQL

I'm stuck trying to move one table to another, due to columns now no longer having proper references/meaning to their column titles. In doing this, I've created a new table with the same number of ...
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Need help to understand how information_schema.TABLES get updated

I created large innodb table mysql> select count(*) from big_data; +----------+ | count(*) | +----------+ | 23822336 | +----------+ checked the stats in informaion_schema.TABLES mysql> ...
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How to generate data for News Feed efficiently like facebook , googleplus , twitter e.t.c?

I have created table as post ( post_id int(15) auto_increment primary key , user_id int(11) , post_text varchar(2000) , post_type int(1), ...
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Buffer pool above 90% utilized causes MySQL to crash

Without getting deep into the architecture and setup, is it common behavior for MySQL to act in this manner? EDIT I'm using Rolando's script to identify how full the innodb_buffer_pool is. SELECT ...
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Why does IN (subquery) perform bad when = (subquery) is blazing fast?

Have a look at these two queries: Simple: mysql> SELECT * FROM omgbatch JOIN omgoutput ON (idomgbatch=omgbatch) WHERE idomgoutput = (SELECT DISTINCT lastoutput FROM omgenvelope WHERE lastinput=18658);...
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Why does innodb_flush_method = O_DSYNC provide such a performance boost with SAN-backed storage?

I've seen some people suggest that O_DSYNC should be used with a SAN. The MySQL docs have this to say about O_DSYNC in general: In some versions of GNU/Linux and Unix, flushing files to disk with ...
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InnoDB buffer pool active pages

I'd like to optimize (lower) the InnoDB buffer pool size. How can one find out how many distinct pages are active in the InnoDB buffer pool? A page could be made young twice in a while (see SHOW ...
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Recover innodb database from ibdata1 and *.frm files only

I have a problem on my server. I had a hard disk error on my server, and I restarted it. After that, I started wamp server software, but mysql services were not started. I checked all mysql data, ...
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Optimizing a large number of INSERT … SELECT statements

I have a MySQL InnoDB database with two tables related by a foreign key. Each time a row is inserted into one it uses an INSERT ... SELECT statement from the other to get the corresponding foreign key....
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Consistent backup of large DB --single-transaction

I need to mysqldump a large DB (330 GB) in order to set up a slave for replication. Does --single-transaction allow me to dump the entire DB without shutting mysql down and keeping it down for the ...
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InnoDB engine is not loading after tuning parameters

After installing MySQL-5.1.73, I placed default my-huge.cnf into /etc/my.cnf and started the mysql service. It was running without any issue. Now, I tunned some parameters in /etc/my.cnf file. Below ...
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Deleting & Reclaiming space from InnoDB table

I have a 700GB InnoDB table which I'm not writing any more data to (only reading). I would like to delete the older data it holds and reclaim that disk space (as I'm running out of it). The delete ...
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Select query takes more time than it should

I have a MySQL database table with nearly 23 million records. This table has no primary key, because nothing is unique. It has 2 columns, both are indexed. Below is its structure: Below is some of ...
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Recovering from removal of ibdata1 [duplicate]

I just upgraded from Debian Squeeze to Wheezy and mysql stopped working. Blindly following some advice without any understanding of what I was doing, I removed ibdata1 in an attempt to solve the ...
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Database cache problem

I have server based on Linux 64 Bit centos 6.5 and Mysql innoDB engine I created database for php script require database installation , after i successfully finished installation for first time i ...
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Two MySQL Server accessing same database over NFS

I want to run two separate MySQL instances on two separate machines, but using same data directory over nfs, is it possible with InnoDB Storage Engine? Application operation will assure the following: ...
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InnoDB primary key efficiency

I've read a number of articles regarding efficiency of primary keys depending on the storage engine, and I am left confused. Given a simple many-to-many table with two fields, storeId and zoneId, ...
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Adding new tables — memory usage increases

I added more tables to my mysql server. 20% increase in tables that are all innodb. I have 200 + databases that use the same schema. Does adding more tables increase memory usage? I am using about 1....
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How can I store least used table files to a slower drive?

Is it possible to separate the least used and most frequently used data files on to separate disks when using InnoDB?
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Mysql 5.5 InnoDB growing CPU - Going crazy

Good morning, I'm currently facing a problem where CPU usage keeps going up until the server crash. I've tried multiple best practices proposed in this forum and on Percona, reinstalled the server ...
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Will redirecting queries to dev/null warm up indexes?

I'm trying to warm up the buffer pool. Will running a query and re-directing the output to /dev/null suffice? e.g. mysql -u username -p -e "select id from tbl where 1=1" > /tmp/results.txt Thanks
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How to decide whether to enable MySQL query cache using InnoDB

How should the decision to enable / disable the MySQL query cache be made, on a server that uses just InnoDB tables. Say for example, if the cache is enabled, then how should the output of: SHOW ...
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MariaDB Galera setup with drastically different amounts of memory used on cluster nodes - why?

We have a 3 node MariaDB Galera cluster. All nodes are identical and the config on each is identical. They have 64GB of RAM each. The output of the following query is 28: SELECT CEILING(...