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Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning?
Posted by: John Smith ()
Date: May 06, 2010 10:50PM

Mattias,

Thanks.

One more question:

Does partitioning help concurrent inserts/updates?

I was under the impression that it does. But then I read this:
http://datacharmer.blogspot.com/2010/05/two-quick-performance-tips-with-mysql.html

"Whenever you insert a record, the partitioning engine locks the entire table."

It it is true that MySQL locks the entire partitioned table for inserts, then all writes are being serialized. That'd mean partitioned tables would have much worse insert/update performance than an unpartitioned table which uses row-level instead of table-level locks.

Could you clarify this? Thanks

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How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 3004 John Smith 05/04/2010 12:46AM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1710 Mattias Jonsson 05/04/2010 01:29PM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1514 John Smith 05/04/2010 04:30PM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1693 Mattias Jonsson 05/05/2010 02:20AM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1615 Rick James 05/06/2010 12:04AM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1845 Mattias Jonsson 05/06/2010 03:23PM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1510 John Smith 05/06/2010 10:50PM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1602 Mattias Jonsson 05/07/2010 02:38AM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1564 John Smith 05/08/2010 05:31PM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1662 Mattias Jonsson 05/09/2010 04:37AM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1482 John Smith 05/09/2010 12:41PM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1383 Mattias Jonsson 05/09/2010 01:23PM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 1553 Mattias Jonsson 05/12/2010 05:29AM
Re: How to handle secondary keys in partitioning? 2024 John Smith 05/06/2010 12:34AM


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