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Growth of .ibd and .ibdata files
Posted by: Tiago 504
Date: October 06, 2016 08:38AM


I am catching all the disk I/O system calls performed by innodb in the data directory. Seems that Innodb grows the .idb and .ibdata files by writing 1 byte each 512 bytes, and then fills up that empty space with some structures, before storing the data related with the tables. However seems that the growth of that files is not reflected on the redo log files. Is this correct? In what part of source code can I look to the growth of that files.

Thanks in advance,
Tiago Oliveira

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