InnoDB blogs, slides, etc.

Note: this article was originally published on http://blogs.innodb.com on May 6, 2011 by Calvin Sun.

Last month was one of the busiest months for the InnoDB team:

The slides of the three talks are now available:

In addition to the blogs from the InnoDB team, Dimitri published a five-part series on MySQL 5.6 Performance, all on DimitriK’s (dim) Weblog:

  1. MySQL Performance: 5.6 Notes, part 5 – Fixing Adaptive Flushing..
  2. MySQL Performance: 5.6 Notes, part 4 – Fixing Purge issue..
  3. MySQL Performance: 5.6 Notes, part 3 – More in depth..
  4. MySQL Performance: 5.6 Notes, part 2 – Under full dbSTRESS workload…
  5. MySQL Performance: 5.6 Notes, part 1 – Discovery…

As usual, Dimitri’s blogs are full of nice charts, detail analysis, and sometimes critiques. In part 3, he talked about his experience on InnoDB METRICS table, a new feature in MySQL 5.6.2 release.

Øystein Grøvlen, a member of MySQL optimizer team, published an article on InnoDB Persistent Statistic: InnoDB Persistent Statistics Save the Day, also a new feature in MySQL 5.6.2 release.

The blogs written by InnoDB team:

  1. MySQL 5.6: Multi threaded purge, by Sunny Bains
  2. Tips and Tricks for Faster DDL, by Marko Mäkelä
  3. MySQL 5.6: Data dictionary LRU, by Sunny Bains
  4. Introducing page_cleaner thread in InnoDB, by Inaam Rana
  5. Information Schema for InnoDB System Tables, by Jimmy Yang
  6. InnoDB Persistent Statistics at last, by Vasil Dimov
  7. MySQL 5.6: InnoDB scalability fix – Kernel mutex removed, by Sunny Bains
  8. NoSQL to InnoDB with Memcached, by Calvin Sun
  9. Get started with InnoDB Memcached Daemon plugin, by Jimmy Yang
  10. Get started with InnoDB Metrics Table, by Jimmy Yang
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