InnoDB : MySQL's ACID-compliant Storage Engine

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mysql freeze/crash on JOIN

here is query: SELECT nw.news_id, nw.title, nw.description, nw.url, nw.date, nw.image, nw.status, src.title as src_title, src.keyword as src_keyword, src.url as src_url, src.icon as ...
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How to split a string to and get info from another table in mysql

I have a system to assign score for each sentence stored in a column: TABLE 1: word_scores word score this 3 is 4 a 5 test 1 another 0 sentence 8 TABLE 2: ...
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Which MySQL storage engine is the most similar to ARCHIVE when that is not available?

I have a table that contains a log of events that is written to often and read very infrequently by comparison. I would love to use the ARCHIVE engine, because it is basically designed for exactly ...
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MySQL Enterprise Backup error: Log scan was only able to reach xxxx

I use MySQL Enterprise Backup to make incremental backups, but when I apply a restore (copy-back), I can't remake a backup. I get this error: mysqlbackup: ERROR: Log scan was only able to reach ...
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LOAD DATA INFILE blocks on concurrent use against MyISAM tables

I'm having trouble loading data into MyISAM table(s) concurrently using LOAD DATA INFILE. The loading operation works fine in isolation. Trying to do LOAD DATA INFILE operations concurrently, blocks ...
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Dynamic change to innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit

This is related to this question. It does help to get better performance for InnoDB tables. According to MySQL manual, innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit is a global dynamic variable. Thus, I can change ...
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InnoDB insertion faster

I'm a graduate school student researching OLAP with Mondrian OLAP. So I want to insert data into InnoDB (MySQL 5.5) faster at the initial loading. In this environment, the only user is me, so I think ...
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Tablestructure for fast inserts/deletes with foreign keys

Current Situation We have a table called c with ca. 300,000 rows. In this table we store the competitors for a specific product. Example: id | competitors | some infos about competitor | ...
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MySQL INNODB corruption after server crash during concurrent truncate command

My server crashed today I think due to a concurrent truncate table command on one of our INNODB tables. The server could be restarted, but after it starts up, everytime I try to issue an SQL command, ...
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How to concatenate a column after x rows?

I have a table with columns object varchar(255), frequency tinyint(3) unsigned, I want to concatenate the objects if the sum of frequencies reach a value. Currently I am doing this in PHP as .. ...
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innodb changing row format doesn't decrease table size? [closed]

We're currently using MySQL with innodb and we have some large tables that are compact in row format. When I change the row format to compressed we are still seeing the same size for the table. Anyone ...
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InnoDB, What would cause: “db1/tableABC contains 6 indexes inside InnoDB, which is different from the number of indexes 5 defined in MySQL”

MySQL 5.5.24 . We have InnoDB tables that grew almost by double (from 50GB to 100GB - file-per-table enabled) in a few weeks due to a project we are working on. The tables were freshly dumped and ...
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How to run a cold backup with Linux/tar without shutting down MySQL slave?

I run the following before tar-ing up the data directory: STOP SLAVE; FLUSH TABLES WITH READ LOCK; FLUSH LOGS; However, tar will sometimes complain that the ibdata* and ib_logfiles* files are ...
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Can I use a foreign key index as a shortcut to getting a row count in an INNODB table?

I have a table that has a large number of rows in it. The primary key (an auto-incrementing integer) is, by default, indexed. While waiting for a row count to be returned I did an EXPLAIN in another ...
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Unable to take backup of mysql database using Xtrabackup

I am trying to take mysql backup without any downtime but unable to take the backup using Xtrabackup . Actual Database is almost about 40+ GB in size. I am trying to first satisfy myself. Hence, I ...
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“InnoDB: error clustered record for sec rec not found” MySQL 5.5.28

We have a high-end server, 128GB RAM, 32 Core , Xeon, SSD RAID 10 - running Ubuntu 12.04 with MySQL 5.5.28. During high load, randomly we got the below error. MySQLcheck, innochecksum shows no ...
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jdbc+mysql: “Deadlock found when trying to get lock; try restarting transaction”

After recovering from a disk-full problem, I started getting these errors in my logs: java.sql.BatchUpdateException: Deadlock found when trying to get lock; try restarting transaction at ...
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Resolving DUPLICATE for a column with UNIQUE

I have a few column with UNIQUE INDEX. In some queries, duplicates should be acceptable, in which a postfix should be added to the value. For example, if test title exits, we change it to test ...
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MySQL 5.5 : (InnoDB) - Manually edited an .ibd file to test recovery, now entire MySQL installation is broken!

So I wanted to test MySQL recovery from Innodb corruption. file-per-table is enabled. I have a few test db's on the MySQL instance. I shutdown mysql. Manually edited/added random characters to an ...
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Is it always bad to use SELECT * FROM?

It is widely recommended NOT to use SELECT *. I understand this, as it is not a good idea to bring the entire row into memory, when only a few cells are needed. Is it still bad to use SELECT * when ...
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Innodb, MySQL 5.5.28 - Segmentation Signal 11 faults, on high load. .. my.cnf file included

We have a high-end server, 128GB RAM, 32 Core , Xeon, SSD RAID 10 - running Ubuntu 12.04 with MySQL 5.5.28 . Doing random imports to large InnoDB tables, over 50+ gigs, randomly after a few hours of ...
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I have multiple ibdata files : What should I do with them?

I have 3 different ibdata files on disk. What is the difference between them? Can I remove some of them? The goal is to migrate the files from C: to E:... I'm on MySQL 5.0.x... Directory of C:\MySQL ...
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How long can Deadlock info hold in innodb status page?

When I run SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS\G, I can see this timestamp ------------------------ LATEST DETECTED DEADLOCK ------------------------ 121118 17:14:31 Questions Any idea how long Deadlock ...
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mysqlcheck to optimize innodb tables — performance/scheduling

I'm attempting to optimize tables on a very large, production database server. I'm looking for statistics or benchmarks on how long it will take for certain sized databases/tables. Is there a ...
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MySQL 5.5 Fail start Fedora 16

I installed mysql and mysql-server from the repos (MySQL version 5.5). Then tried to start it, but got an error. [root@server]# service mysqld start Redirecting to /bin/systemctl start ...
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inner join on PK with extra criteria slow despite indices?

Given the two tables below I am struggling to understand: why is the third query slow even though first two queries are fast what exactly is EXPLAIN saying can I do anything to significantly speed ...
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InnoDB Performance Tuning

I'm new to database administration so please excuse any omissions of what would seem like basic info to provide for this problem. I'm a RoR developer and our team is currently short a DBA, so we're ...
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What is an accepted method of keeping old data in MySQL?

I think this may be more of a programming question, but since it directly relates to MySQL, I wanted to ask it here. Some background: I am running an application whereby users can take tests using ...
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Does having Default Database Engine MyISAM and keeping InnoDB tags in my.ini create any problem?

Recently I am getting table corruption issue very often and every time when I check the logs it says "Binlog has bad magic number; It's not a binary log file that can be used by this version of MySQL" ...
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Monstrous query hanging on “copying to tmp table” in MySQL

I have a huge query being run by one of my developers which seems to hang no matter which performance tunables I adjust. Though I'm somewhat of novice at writing SQL queries, at first glance the ...
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Must an index cover all selected columns for it to be used for ORDER BY?

Over at SO, someone recently asked Why isn't ORDER BY using the index? The situation involved a simple InnoDB table in MySQL comprising three columns and 10k rows. One of the columns, an integer, ...
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How to insert into junction table using triggers

Sorry in advance if this is "basic SQL." I wanted to know how to update my junction tables automatically. For example, these are my tables. Artist and Song are base tables and SongArtist is the ...
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How to know the current log sequence number in 5.0.X

I would like to test the optimal value for iblog files on my mysql which is 5.0.77 I found the below procedure in mysqlperformance blog: ...
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What MySQL storage engine and table schema should I use?

I am making a web project and I created necessary and the most important table, but I am not sure that I did it right. In this site users will post data like text, picture, text's category, etc. I ...
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Mysql innoDB write operations are extremely slow

I'm having serious performance problems with MySQL and the InnoDB engine. Even the simplest table makes writing operations (creating the table, inserting, updating and deleting) horribly slow, as you ...
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How to analyse innodb status on deadlock in insert Query?

I have a dead lock which i have posted here. I managed to get the innodb status from my server. Here is the Innodb status. OS WAIT ARRAY INFO: reservation count 247864, signal count 247470 Mutex ...
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Choosing between MyISAM & InnoDB - two servers with related tables

I don't want to make a mistake. I am about to put my website online and I admit I haven't thought about which MySQL engine to choose: MyISAM or InnoDB. I read here and there that InnoDB should be ...
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InnoDB Master-Master replication goes inconsistant after power failure tests

Afternoon gents, I'm currently stress testing a Master-Master replication setup using InnoDB as database engine. We're using this simple script for testing which we run in Linux CLI from a remote ...
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Recovering from a stuck query

I have a big DELETE query (deleting 20M rows from a 600M row table with condition according to indexed column) that is stuck - running already for 17hrs. Because it's an InnoDB table, killing it will ...
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MySQL: Lock wait timeout exceeded

I have a developer that has been trying to alter a large table (~60M rows). Via LiquidBase/JDBC they're running ALTER TABLE foo DROP FOREIGN KEY fk_foo_1; Today while it was running I checked in ...
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MySQL Unique Index Keylength

I am hashing keys from one table that provides a 256 bit (64 char length) alphanumeric string that I intend to use in a second table as a foreign key. The engine of choice here is InnoDB. There are ...
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How much memory do I need for innodb buffer pool?

I read here that You need buffer pool a bit (say 10%) larger than your data (total size of Innodb TableSpaces) On the other hand I've read elswher that innodb_buffer_pool_size must be up to ...
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How large should be mysql innodb_buffer_pool_size?

I have a busy database with solely InnoDB tables which is about 5GB in size. The database runs on a Debian server using SSD disks and I've set max connections = 800 which sometimes saturate and grind ...
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MySQL: Unique constraint on large column

I am trying to create an InnoDB table that contains a VARCHAR column that can hold up to 3071 characters. I would like to enforce a UNIQUE constraint on the data of this column. MySQL appears to ...
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What exactly are iblog files in mysql

I would like to understand these ibdata files as these play vital role in the crash recovery procedure. I could not find proper resources over the web for this.
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Why does MySQL (InnoDB) table get faster after OPTIMIZE TABLE, but then don't work?

I have a Django web application that stores data in a MySQL InnoDB database. There is a particular page that is accessed a lot on the django admin, and the query is taking a long time (~20 seconds). ...
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MySQL-5.5 InnoDB memory issue

Version in use is mysql-5.5.24. In the Enterprise version of MySQL innodb_buffer_pool space is released after a while, however this does not appear to be happening in the community version. I am ...
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Index strategy for a Queue Table, getting rid of filesort

I am trying to get rid of a filesort operation (and preferably also optimize a bottleneck query). We are using an innodb mysql table as a queue to process various incoming business activities. It is ...
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Select * from statement execute very slowly, innodb io read speed is low

I have a very simple query " select * from ap_statistic " running in my servers. the servers have the same hardware and software configuration (CPU 8 core, mem :32G, OS: redhat 5.5, mysql version: ...
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Do I need to index a key that I partition by?

I have an InnoDB table of customers, partitioned by KEY, with each partition being one US state. I have an index on phone number, and the performance is great. We also need to SELECT by last name in ...