* Split the load data into several files and load in parallel.
* avoid blob/text if you can
* set ndb_batch_size
* if you have auto_increments, ndb_autoincrement_prefetch_sz makes a big
See more here about the above:
On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 9:47 PM, Scott Sandler <ssandler@stripped> wrote:
> I've found that the performance of LOAD DATA INFILE for an NDBCluster is
> over 130x slower than innodb. I expect it to be slower since it has to
> insert into multiple nodes and push data over the network, but the
> performance difference I'm seeing is 20,000 rows per second for innodb vs.
> 150 rows per second into ndbcluster (with the same schema/hardware/etc.).
> This slowness is quite a big road block in actually being able to migrate
> to MySQL cluster.
> Here's a pastebin of my config.ini<http://pastebin.com/JhrjdXKH>, and
> another of my my.cnf<http://pastebin.com/9y1mY7zm>. Are there any
> parameters I can change or anything I can try to speed up the ndb data