Question about query priorities and virtualization
Posted by: Udi Weinsberg
Date: January 28, 2008 07:41AM

I have two types of customers that make queries - high and low priority.
I need that if a high priority customer starts a query, all low priority queries will be 'suspended' and once the high priority completes - the low priority should resume.

Is there a good method to do this?

If not, I thought of running a virtual server with mysqld that will serve only the low priority clients. The entire virtual server process will be with low priority, thus if a high priority query will be executed, the virtual server will get sched'ed out.

Will this work? Can I run two mysqld that operate on the same data?
Will this give me priorities?
Any other good method to do this?


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