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From:Ed Carp Date:September 15 2001 6:12am
Subject:MySQL table type and load
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In http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=01/09/13/154222&mode=thread, it is
written:

- Writing and reading to the same innodb MySQL tables can be done since it
does row-level locking. But as load increases, it can start being less than
desirable.
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Question - under heavy load, with 75% reads, 25% writes, what table
structure is fastest at retrieving data?
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MySQL table type and loadEd Carp15 Sep
  • Re: MySQL table type and loadJeremy Zawodny16 Sep