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Re: Insert large longtest failed on NDB
Posted by: Mauritz Sundell
Date: November 04, 2022 04:18PM

Hi Eric

Short answer, yes I would say you should increase to at least 5x37591.

Long answer:

Each transaction coordinator (TC) only allow up to MaxNoOfConcurrentOperations write operations concurrently, and if one transaction coordinator should be able to handle 5 of your example transactions you would need to increase it to 5 times.

Each data node can act as transaction coordinator, and the mysql server will typically choose the TC on same node there the row will be stored.

Since Ndb uses hash based distribution, if 5 users do inserts each will be distributed to one random node, and the chosen TC will typically follow.

With two data nodes data, each node would on average handle 2.5 of the 5 transaction. Still the probability for all 5 transactions ending up on same data node is ~3% (1/2^5).

If the question was for say 100 concurrent transactions, you would not need to increase 100x since it would be much more unlikely that all 100 transactions ends up on same data node (1/2^100 = ~1e-30). But in this is case, 100 such big concurrent transactions is not possible due to lack of transaction and data memory.

Also using more data nodes will decrease proability that all transactions ends up on same data node. With say 4 data nodes the probability would be (1/4^5 = 1/2^10 = ~0.1%).


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