This post describes MySQL 5.6 performance for a workload that is update-only and single-threaded. My previous post was for a read-only workload. I think there is a performance regression in MySQL 5.6 for a workload dominated by fast queries even when the performance schema is disabled. I filed bug 68825 for this. Hopefully my next post will identify the sources of that regression.
LinkBench is a benchmark that models the social graph OLTP workload at a busy social networking site. It is implemented for MySQL but there is abstraction layer so it should be possible to implement drivers for other products like HBase, Cassandra, MongoDB and Postgres. This has been a long running project that was finished by an awesome intern. I am happy to share the announcement and source code.
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class="alignright" alt="" src="http://www.percona.com/static/images/percona-live-mce-logo-black.png" width="240" height="107" />As is typical at the beginning of every April, many of us who submitted talks to the
href="http://www.percona.com/live/mysql-conference-2013/" target="_blank">Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo are wondering why we submitted so many. I had 3 official talks selected, including one that is a 6-hour tutorial, as well as a BoF. Here’s the highlights:
High Performance MySQL, 3rd Edition has been selling very well. It’s translated into many languages. O’Reilly sends me a hard-copy of the translations, and I have a whole section on my bookshelf dedicated to them. It’s really satisfying to look at it.
Today I’m happy to announce that we’re moving forward with a new batch of translations. Demand has been so strong that we want to make the book accessible to as wide an audience as possible. Plus, I get a fat check every time O’Reilly sells the translation rights.