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There are a lot of questions (1,2,3) about speed up MySql restoring. But all of them speed up data import. Is there a way to speed up schema tables creation? For example dump iundepended table in parallel and restoring them in parallel too.

Btw, SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS=0 is not a solution, becase standart mysql dump creates dump file with that statement.

  • Which version you are using in MySQL 5.7 you have mysqlpump and you can have multiple threads of dump to speed that up. – Nawaz Sohail Mar 18 '16 at 8:17
  • I use MySql 5.6 – Cherry Mar 21 '16 at 11:45
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File creation is the main part of the sluggishness, especially on Windows. So, decreasing the number of files is key to speeding up your process.

Each MyISAM table needs 3 files. Each InnoDB table needs 1 or 2 files. Switch to InnoDB if not already using it.

Each PARTITION is a "table", so it counts as above. More than about 50 partitions is inefficient, and this is one of the reasons.

Having more than a thousand tables is usually (not always) a sign of a poorly designed schema.

VIEWs, TRIGGERs, Stored routines, etc each take at least one file.

Parallel loading may or may not help; it depends on whether the OS can create multiple files in parallel.

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