This run is very similar what I had on Intel SSD X25-M card, but now I use FusionIO 80GB SLC card. I chose this card as smallest available card (and therefore cheapest. On Dell.com you can see it for about $3K). There is also FusionIO IO-Xtreme 80GB card, which is however MLC based and it […]
This is my last post in series on FlashCache testing when the cache is placed on Intel SSD card. This time I am using tpcc-like workload with 1000 Warehouses ( that gives 100GB of data) on Dell PowerEdge R900 with 32GB of RAM, 22GB allocated for buffer pool and I put 70GB on FlashCache partition […]
Previously I covered simple case with FlashCache, when data fits into cache partitions, now I am trying to test when data is bigger than cache. But before test setup let me address some concern (which I also had). Intel X25-M has a write cache which is not battery backuped, so there is suspect you may […]
I wrote about FlashCache there, and since that I run couple benchmarks, to see what performance benefits we can expect. For initial tries I took sysbench oltp tests ( read-only and read-write) and case when data fully fits into L2 cache. I made binaries for FlashCache for CentOS 5.4, kernel 2.6.18-164.15, you can download it […]
The Percona team participated at this year’s O’Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo held April 12-15, 2010 in Santa Clara, California. We gave a lot of talks on…
Author: Peter Zaitsev, Justin Swanhart
MySQL Graphing and Trending with Cacti
Author: Baron Schwartz
Percona‘s Performance and Feature Enhancements to MySQL and InnoDB
Author: Bill Schuler, Baron Schwartz…a Bottleneck
Author: Morgan Tocker
XtraBackup Hot Backups and More
Author: Vadim Tkachenko, Morgan Tocker
You can also read more about this conference on Percona site.
As I mentioned in my talk An Overview of Flash Storage for Databases I see in the near and middle term future a lot of interest for using Flash storage in Level 2 caching level. The price-capacity trade-off makes Flash as the very good fit for a cache layer. Actually it is not the new […]
Many Percona employees will be at the 2010 MySQL conference. We’ll be giving a lot of informative technical talks on various topics. Here’s a list: Morgan Tocker, Baron Schwartz: Diagnosing and Fixing MySQL Performance Problems Peter Zaitsev: Scaling Applications with Caching, Sharding and Replication Baron Schwartz: EXPLAIN Demystified Vadim Tkachenko: An Overview of Flash Storage […]
The Scaling with Flash webinar I’ve mentioned earlier was a success and we got the recording available. It contains Percona presentation, presentation of Schooner appliances and Q&A session. Enjoy.
One question which comes up very often is when one should use SAN with MySQL, which is especially popular among people got used to Oracle or other Enterprise database systems which are quite commonly deployed on SAN. My question in such case is always what exactly are you trying to get by using SAN ?
8PM. One of the servers found a critical bug. Hop online and discuss, log bug. 10PM. Patch ready. 10:30PM. New build ready. 10:45PM. New RQG run initiated. This was by no means an uncommon sight during the months of testing that went into Percona Server 5.6, in fact it was commonplace. At a certain point, […]