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Any way to speed up my queries in MariaDB with tables less than a 4 GB in size?

I'm doing some text mining work and a bit frustrated that queries are taking 6 to 10 minutes to run. My workstation has a 3.5ghz Xeon, 32GB of RAM, and 2 SSD as RAID 0. Is it possible to do ...
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Slow query responce on different mysql versions, percona, MariaDB

LEFT JOIN is supposed to be faster than a NOT IN query. This is what I've read online. But practically, this seems to be opposite. I have the following query here, INSERT IGNORE INTO callrequests ...
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Which is faster among MySQL Community Server, Percona and MariaDB [closed]

I have a small setup of MySQL Community Server version 5.6 running on KVM based VPS. 4 CPU cores are available and total memory is limited to 1GB. I use MyISAM tables mainly for Wordpress and few ...
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Why InnoDB ALTER TABLE is so slow? [closed]

The machine has a 4-core hyper-threaded Intel i7 670 @ 2.8GHz, 16G RAM, 8G of which is InnoDB buffer pool. The database resides on Intel SSD disk. DBMS is MariaDB 5.5.30 x64 running under Windows ...
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How can I improve this query?

About a year back I introduced a query which returns a sort of "Customers Also Purchased" data-set. At the time it ran reasonably fast however, as of late it's become very slow, sometimes taking up to ...
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Is MariaDB a suitable drop in replacement for MySQL on a standard LAMP stack?

I've been wondering lately what (if any) are the improvements available in MariaDB over 'conventional' MySQL? I understand that where platform interoperability and/or backwards compatibility may be ...
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How do I properly perform a MySQL bake-off?

I want to performance test (aka bake-off) MySQL server rpm against some other forks such as Percona server, MariaDB, and possibly some others. I'm hoping that by asking this question I can better ...