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Re: Partitioning table by timestamp column type
Posted by: Rick James
Date: March 25, 2011 07:02PM

It's a rare MySQL box that cannot sustain 100 queries per second, once certain naughties are taken care of. (100/sec = 8 million/day)

30K transactions per day -- yawn.
30K transactions per minute -- interesting.

You don't need to pursue PARTITIONing for speed. Anyway, PARTITION does not necessarily provide any speed improvement.

If you have individual queries that are running "too slow", let's optimize them. I made a 1-line change in a SELECT last week; it decreased the CPU on the box from 25% to 2%. Sometimes adding the 'right' index can speed up a query by 100x.

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