The MySQL Cluster 7.x series introduced a number of features to allow for fine-grained control over the real-time behaviour of the NDB storage engine. New threads have been introduced, and users are able to control placement of these threads, as well as locking the memory such that no swapping occurs. In an ideal run-time environment, CPUs handling data node threads will not execute other threads apart from OS kernel threads or interrupt handling. Correct tuning of certain parameters can be specially important for certain types of workloads.
This presentation covers the different tuning aspects of MySQL Cluster.
- Application design guidelines
- Schema Optimization
- Index Selection and Tuning
- Query Tuning
- OS Tuning
- Data Node internals
- Optimizations for real-time behaviour
This presentation looks closely at how to get the most out of your MySQL Cluster 7.x runtime environment.