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Tutorial delivered at Percona MySQL Conference Live London 2013. ...
Tutorial delivered at Percona MySQL Conference Live London 2013.
It doesn't matter what new SSD technologies appear, or what are the latest breakthroughs in flushing algorithms: the number one cause for MySQL applications being slow is poor execution plan of SQL queries. While the latest GA version provided a huge amount of transparent optimizations -specially for JOINS and subqueries- it is still the developer's responsibility to take advantage of all new MySQL 5.6 features.
In this tutorial we will propose the attendants a sample PHP application with bad response time. Through practical examples, we will suggest step-by-step strategies to improve its performance, including:
* Checking MySQL & InnoDB configuration
* Internal (performance_schema) and external tools for profiling (pt-query-digest)
* New EXPLAIN tools
* Simple and multiple column indexing
* Covering index technique
* Index condition pushdown
* Batch key access
* Subquery optimization
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