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Scaling MySQL writes through Partitioning

Scaling MySQL writes through Partitioning

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Published by Dmytro Shteflyuk
We use MySQL on most of our projects. One of these projects has a an access pattern unlike any other I've worked on. Several million records a day need to be written to a table. These records are then read out once at the end of the day, summarised and then very rarely touched again. Each record is about 104 bytes long (thre's one VARCHAR column, everything else is fixed), and that's after squeezing out every byte possible. The average number of records that we write in a day is 40 million, but this could go up.

http://tech.bluesmoon.info/2009/09/scaling-writes-in-mysql.html
We use MySQL on most of our projects. One of these projects has a an access pattern unlike any other I've worked on. Several million records a day need to be written to a table. These records are then read out once at the end of the day, summarised and then very rarely touched again. Each record is about 104 bytes long (thre's one VARCHAR column, everything else is fixed), and that's after squeezing out every byte possible. The average number of records that we write in a day is 40 million, but this could go up.

http://tech.bluesmoon.info/2009/09/scaling-writes-in-mysql.html

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Published by: Dmytro Shteflyuk on Mar 24, 2010
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