InnoDB : MySQL's ACID-compliant Storage Engine

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Find least recently used mysql table index

I am cleaning up duplicate indices from (innodb)tables in a mysql database. The database has about 50 tables. While I can check for duplicate keys using pt-duplicate-key-checker, I was wondering if ...
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ERROR Cannot find or open table?

MySQL version: 5.5.24 Due to the following problem: mysql> desc reportingdb.v3_zone_date_cpm7k; ERROR 1146 (42S02): Table 'reportingdb.v3_zone_date_cpm7k' doesn't exist ...
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ERROR 1005 (HY000): Can't create table 'phact_greenland.cache' (errno: 121)

I get an error when I try to create a table: ERROR 1005 (HY000): Can't create table 'phact_greenland.cache' (errno: 121) CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `cache` ( `cid` varchar(255) NOT NULL ...
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InnoDB “corruption”

I use: 5.1.63-0ubuntu0.11.10.1 Apache/2.2.20 (Ubuntu) MySQL client version: 5.1.63 The system is continuously displaying the following error during reading data from a MySQL database: ...
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Is Percona xtrabackup the right choice for my 500GB MySQL backup?

I have a MySQL db with 500GB, consisting mainly of Innodb tables, and one big (200GB) MyISAM table. My current backup strategy is copying the db files to an external harddrive. This causes a downtime ...
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MySQL / InnoDB: Does daily optimization improve performance?

Would performing daily optimizations of tables increase performance for MySQL and InnoDB? I have never did this before, but I have seen this module for Drupal http://drupal.org/project/db_maintenance, ...
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mysql 5.5 corrupt - missing temporary table

One of our mysql instances crashed and failed to start: 120422 10:04:13 InnoDB: Error: trying to open a table, but could not InnoDB: open the tablespace file './databasename/#sql-29f6_45.ibd'! ...
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Mysql error while creating FK

here is structure of both tables category table CREATE TABLE category ( `catID` bigint(20) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `title` varchar(60) NOT NULL, `created_at` timestamp NOT NULL DEFAULT ...
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MySQL 5.5 Runs Out of Memory, Drops All Connections When Creating Many Databases

I'm running into a problem when I create a large number of databases consecutively on an Amazon RDS db.m1.large instance. The MySQL Engine Version is 5.5.23. At some point, the RDS instance drops all ...
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Similar function NOWAIT in MySQL

Select for update nowait doesn't work in MySQL 5x (innodb). Is there any function like NOWAIT in MySQL?
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How To Optimize and Repair InnoDB tables? ALTER and OPTIMIZE table failed

I just switched my Wordpress databases to use the InnoDB engine. When using MyISAM, I used to run Optimize and Repair table. However, with InnoDB, these don't work. I manually ran OPTIMIZE TABLE ...
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What MySQL storage engine should I choose?

I have a database for my catalog webpage. Some tables are about 3GB with millions of rows. What engine should I choose for my database, InnoDB or MyISAM? There will only be about 1,000 new records ...
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innodb_flush_method=O_DIRECT vs O_DSYNC performance impact on ext3 with LVM disk partition

In one of my production environment, we have two instances running on a RedHat cluster, with one production instance associated with the cluster. We have 125G main memory with 24G InnoDB buffer pool ...
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When to switch from MyISAM to InnoDB?

We have a MySQL 5.0 server running all tables as MyISAM. We have two slaves that, in the last month, we have upgraded to MySQL 5.5. Their tables are also still MyISAM. My original plan was to upgrade ...
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Should I use the Infobright database or is there a better aggregation solution?

We are a MySQL front-end shop and have a system currently logging event data in a highly structured format. Think apache traffic log. We need to be able to aggregate counts of this data (cube) vis a ...
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MySQL Innodb: What is the difference between running 'mysqlcheck --optimize --all-database' compared to running 'optimize table' in the mysql client?

Without having to script an 'optimize table' query to do all the databases/tables, we would like to run mysqlcheck --optimize --all-database instead. What are the drawbacks of doing this through ...
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Removing/overwriting sensitive data located in already deleted records in ibdata files

As far as I know, using InnoDB tables with innodb_file_per_table = off does not prevent deleted data from being visible in the ibdata1 file. I know this is by-design, and that I could switch the ...
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MySQL : perform a big data migration between tables

I want to migrate data between 2 InnoDB tables. Currently I'm running this query: INSERT INTO table_a SELECT * FROM table_b; If the dataset grows, what's the best way to avoid CPU overload? ...
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Where is the INNODB Performance Leak?

I have a weird problem which I cannot seem to fix. I'm more an web programmer than a Server/DB Admin, so I hope someone here can help me. The Situation I am working on a system which handles a lot ...
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InnoDB not enabled

I have a mysql database that when I run SHOW ENGINES; innodb does not show up as an engine. This seems strange as I have an identical server setup where innodb is enabled and in use. I have checked ...
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Can we use innodb to store latitutude and logitude and retrieve 20 closest points well?

I've heard that innodb Why innodb doesn't store geospatial data? store geospatial data but cannot index it. Not really sure what it means. Is it a good idea to ask 20 closest businesses if point ...
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How do I get the current and next greater value in one select?

I have a InnoDB table 'idtimes' (MySQL 5.0.22-log) with columns `id` int(11) NOT NULL, `time` int(20) NOT NULL, [...] with a compound unique key UNIQUE KEY `id_time` (`id`,`time`) so there can ...
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Clarification on MySQL innodb_flush_method variable

Let me begin by admitting that I'm very ignorant of the inner workings of hard disks. So when I read over the manual for the variable innodb_flush_method, it confused me. Can I get an explanation in ...
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Mysql: Tell InnoDB to keep a specific table or database out of pool/cache?

I have some tables that are used primarily to keep historical data, or that are only used once a day. I do not want any operations on these tables to disrupt the more important tables present in ...
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How to get the most out of MySQL on a QuadCore machine with 16 GB of RAM?

I'm running a MySQL 5.5 server on my workstation for scientific data analysis and wonder how to configure MySQL in order to get the most out of it performance-wise. The types of query that I typically ...
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InnoDB - Use combined index with primary key on GROUP BY

As far as I know, an InnoDB index always contains the primary index. I cannot get the following to work: SELECT t1.a FROM table_1 t1 LEFT JOIN table_2 t2 on t1.id = t2.refid WHERE t1.b = 99 GROUP ...
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How to change the display of an empty string in mysql command line tool?

I'm maintaining a database with InnoDB tables. These tables have some columns of type (from show create table): `val0` varchar(30) default NULL, `val1` varchar(30) default NULL, etc... From the ...
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Select ``,* from table?

I'm trying to upgrade our database servers to MySQL 5.5. In doing so, I'd like to convert all of our tables to InnoDB to take advantage of several performance benefits. However, we use VARCHAR(50) ...
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PostgreSQL 9.1 vs MySQL 5.6 with InnoDB ? Which is better for scaling?

PostgreSQL 9.1 vs MySQL 5.6 with InnoDB. I do know that PostgreSQL offers better SQL features. I am currently using MySQL 5.6 lab release (the one with InnoDb full text search feature)(not in ...
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How do you verify that all InnoDB tables are in good shape?

Without using a script, Is there a way to get mysql to check all the tables at once to make sure they're not corrupted?
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Slow insert performance in mysql innodb table for solr indexing

I have a Slave server (MySQL 5.5) having innodb tables. This server is being used for SOLR indexing. Few procedures used to fill 12 million data into 9 tables. The insertion speed is too slow. ...
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Why is Mysqlcheck on 5.1.41 still showing as Innodb table corrupted after a table dump and restore?

I had a very large corrupt innodb table. mysqld would crash whenever I did a check table on it. I did a innodb-force-recovery=1 and did a dump of the table. No errors showed up. I dropped the table ...
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Optimizing table and choosing storage engine

Having the follow MyISAM table: +----------------------+-----------------------+------+-----+---------+-------+ | Field | Type | Null | Key | Default | Extra | ...
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Could running ANALYZE on all databases on large InnoDB tables show some performance increase?

So we have an old database that was fragmented until we ran OPTIMIZE on all tables. The database/tables are about 100GB in size. Tables are InnoDB with heavy read/write activity. There are so many ...
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How to copy a MySQL database which is a mixture of InnoDB and MyISAM to the same server?

Because mysqldump takes forever, we decided to just move around the files. Because the 2 databases are on the same server, a cp will be fast. The problem is, from research, MyISAM is okay with being ...
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MySQL table locks solution -> InnoDb / Partitions

I'm experiencing many table locks in a MyISAM MySQL table that is pretty big (Constx10xGB and 15M rows). It's mainly caused due many heavy inserts. My current thoughts to optimize: Changing to ...
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Why can't I get a lock on an InnoDB table?

I have problem with lock table command: LOCK TABLE v3_cam_date WRITE; the command always running with state: "Waiting for table metadata lock". Try to find out which thread was hold the lock on ...
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innodb_force_recovery when InnoDB corruption

When I start mysqld (in /etc/init.d), it failed with InnoDB: corruption in the InnoDB tablespace. What's the best innodb_force_recovery value to force mysqld to start? I have tried 4 and 6, but ...
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Simple queries taking ages to run after changing from MyISAM to InnoDB

I have a quite large (300GB) table on MyISAM, which I've "converted" to InnoDB, and performance for a specific query has dropped through the floor. When I say "converted", I can't afford to take the ...
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How to interpret explain sql?

SELECT DISTINCT TB.ID, TB.Latitude, TB.Longitude, 111151.293413 * SQRT( pow( - 6.185 - TB.Latitude, 2 ) + pow( 106.773 - TB.Longitude, 2 ) * 0.988392289802 ) AS Distance FROM `tablebusiness` AS TB ...
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Frequently slow queries while in the 'Update' state

I have two tables that I update very frequently, one with a direct UPDATE .. and another INSERT .. ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE ... Normally these queries are instant but at times will take 0.1s to 1+ ...
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MySQL InnoDB Index in swap

I can't find any info regarding my question. This is more theoretical question. For example, i have table keywords. CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `keywords` ( `kid` int(11) unsigned NOT NULL ...
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How do you remove fragmentation from InnoDB tables?

I have a Database having number of tables. I want to delete some records from the tables say the no of records are more than 20K or 50K. The All the Tables are InnoDB. And file_per_table is off. ...
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Slow-running query on clustered MySQL environment

I've got a very simple query, directly equivalent to SELECT * FROM sometable t WHERE somecol = 'somevalue' ORDER BY createdon DESC LIMIT 0,20000; When I run this query on my non-clustered ...
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Unable to select the records from specific partition in mysql?

I've created a table using the following query, CREATE TABLE employees ( id INT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY, fname VARCHAR(25) NOT NULL, lname VARCHAR(25) NOT NULL, store_id ...
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Tables don't exist after MySQL restart

I recently made changes to optimize performance for InnoDB engine-based DB and soon after when restarting I encounter into the following strange behavior: I have some tables with data in them I made ...
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Maximum table size for MySQL database server running on Windows (NTFS) Table type InnoDB

I need to design database to store information contained in millions of log files generated by devices on trial on network. I have designed 5 different tables to store log file information. But, as ...
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Data storage in innodb

I am new to mysql administration and I came to know about the data storage in myisam is through .frm, .myd and .myi. I could not find the data storage mechanism in InnoDB rather than its storage in ...
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MySQL proxy and SHOW PROCESSLIST query time

I have MySQL replication currently occurring between two masters bidirectionally, one in a data center locally, another over at Amazon EC2. Everything seems to function normally replication wise, no ...
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Fastest way to copy data from MyISAM to InnoDB

I want to copy all data from a MyISAM table with 16 millions rows to a InnoDB table, that will have a different (optimized) schema. See tables below to see the changes. However, every approach I try ...