you can use the mysqlbinlog tool to print the binlog in various formats
in order to see what overhead is incurred.
Seems like we have a suitable example in our manual at
shows how to print using --base64-output=DECODE-ROWS and --verbose
On 03/04/2013 07:02 AM, Alex wrote:
> I am using NDB 7.1.22 and binlog format is mixed.
> So I wonder how to calculate the binlog writing speed (Mbytes/s) at a
> specific traffic.
> Now I have two formula as below,
> 1) writing speed = row-data-size * throughput * ratio
> ratio may be 1.2, 1.3, or 1.5
> 2) writing speed = (row-data-size + binlog-overhead) * throughput
> which one is better?
> do you know how to calculate RATIO or binlog-overhead?
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|• Binlog sizing||Alex||4 Mar 2013|
| • Re: Binlog sizing||Magnus Blåudd||4 Mar 2013|