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Re: Performance trouble at 35M rows
Posted by: Ted Cui
Date: November 19, 2004 04:49AM

try InnoDB. It performs better on large tables comparing to MyISAM. Other place to looking into is to use larger disk extend block size.

You also can try larger sort buffer size which will be used when creating index.

After all, the size of the data matters. My theory is that the B-TREE index becomes inefficient when where are too many rows.

I have also noticed performance degression when table reached 40 Million range. But not as bad as you have described. So, try InnoDB first.

Meanwhile, I am looking for solutions to partition the table.

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