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Re: Partitioning help
Posted by: Rick James
Date: October 12, 2010 08:03AM

The main thing that could slow down INSERTs is having lots of indexes.

Let's see your tentative schema. SHOW CREATE TABLE.

I'm still concerned about the math. What is the peak number of rows/minute?

Since you are mostly INSERTing, and assuming that you have few indexes, RAM will not be an issue. Buy what is convenient, and set innodb_buffer_pool_size to 70% of it.

When you do SELECT, are you selecting 1 row? Or many? If it is too many, it could blow out the cache and make the INSERTs slow. (So, let's not 'sweep it under the rug'.)

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