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Posted by: Lars Johansson
Date: March 24, 2008 02:06AM

Hi,I can do with some advice.
I'm copying the SAP COPA table CE1xxxx over to a partitioned table using period as partition INDEX, this gives me a hell of a lot of partitions (one new each month). I now have 60 myisam partitions with aprox. 600.000 row in each. The intention with the copy is reporting, we never update or delete rows, just adding.
Is this a reasonable setup?
I have not started creating sensible secondary indexes yet, so still I do not know of performance, but my idea was to chop this table up for easier maintenance etc.
But I need very good read performance in the end.
Any advice is highly appreciated.
Is it possible to make Mysql to process partitions in parallel?
From what I read it is not, if so that is my absolute top wish for mysql.

COPA CE1 tables - where all economical transactions ends up in an SAP system.

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