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Re: More suggestions for changing option names for optimistic parallel replication
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> Pavel Ivanov <pivanof@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > So the slave coordinator (or I don't remember how you call it) reads
> > relay log ahead of the last executing transaction? I.e. it will read
> > and assign to threads T1.1, T1.2, then it will read T1.3, detect that
> > there are no threads available for execution, but according to what
> > you said it will still put this in the queue for thread 1, right? How
> > long this queuing can be?
> Does it keep all queued events in memory?
> > Does it depend on the size of the transactions (i.e. how much memory
> > can it consume by this queuing)?
> Right. The queueing is limited by the configuration variable
> --slave-parallel-max-queued, which defaults to 128KB per worker thread. It
> does not depend on the size of the transactions (it is possible to replicate
> large transaction without keeping all of it in memory at once). It does need
> to keep at least one event in-memory per worker thread, of course, even if an
> individual event exceeds --slave-parallel-max-queued.
https://mariadb.atlassian.net/browse/MDEV-7202 for patch to add a status variable
> > Then I'd suggest to not add any special processing of such use case,
> > but add something that will allow to easily monitor what happens. E.g.
> > some status variables which could be plotted over time and show (or at
> > least hint on) whether this is significant bottleneck for performance
> > or not. This could be something like total time (in both wall time and
> > accumulated CPU time) spent executing transactions in parallel, time
> > spent rolling back transactions due to this lock conflict, time spent
> > rolling back transactions because of other reasons (e.g. due to STOP
> > SLAVE or reconnect after master crash), maybe also time spent waiting
> > in one parallel thread while transaction is executing in another
> > thread, etc.
added https://mariadb.atlassian.net/browse/MDEV-7340 quoting this
> Yes, I agree, we need more of this. I think the monitoring part of the
> is currently rather weak, it probably suffers from it being now a long time
> since I was doing operations. Hopefully this can be significantly improved in
> the near future.
> I wonder if such accumulated-time measurements can be added liberally without
> significantly affecting performance?
If each thread accumulate its own and if there needs to be a global it can be done like the global collation in the MDEV-7202 patch.
Daniel Black, Engineer @ Open Query (http://openquery.com.au)
Remote expertise & maintenance for MySQL/MariaDB server environments.