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Re: Doublewrite block number in XtraDB
I think that the doublewrite buffer would become more flexible and perform
better if it was moved out of the InnoDB system tablespace. Then we could
use any number of pages and not be limited to 128 pages.
I filed MDEV-11659 Move the InnoDB doublewrite buffer to flat files
<https://jira.mariadb.org/browse/MDEV-11659> some time ago. I would be glad
to see a contributed patch, or maybe I will find time to do it myself at
some point in the future.
We do not have a working XtraDB in MariaDB Server 10.2. As far as I
understand, the copy that is in the source tree at storage/xtradb is based
on MySQL 5.6, not on 5.7. The InnoDB in 10.2 is based on MySQL 5.7.
On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 9:49 AM, Laurynas Biveinis <
> Hank -
> A very similar idea has been implemented in XtraDB of Percona Server
> 5.7, see "Parallel Doublewrite" at
> AFAIK, this feature is not in XtraDB of MariaDB as of today.
> 2017-02-09 9:32 GMT+02:00 Hank Lyu <hanklgs9564@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > Hello:
> > In XtraDB, if we adjust the size of doublewrite buffer and relative
> > (i.e. srv_doublewrite_batch_size) , in theory, we can get better
> > when buffer pool flush to disk.
> > I wonder that why doublewrite buffer size is 2 block and each flush page
> > number is 120 (decided by srv_doublewrite_batch_size), instead
> > size is 8 and each flush page number is 500 or more?
> > Is it worry about that when doing flush will occupy too much resource or
> > other reason?
> > Best Regard
> > Hank Lyu
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