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Re: Partition a Huge table
Thanks Peter. I am moving this database to a new datacenter. So i do have a backup slave. I tried this approach on QA and worked fine. Need to know if there is any known issues before i migrate the prod.
From: Peter Mclarty <peter.mclarty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Suresh Rajagopal <sureshr7@xxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Maria Discuss <maria-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, March 13, 2017 6:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Maria-discuss] Partition a Huge table
Hi SuershI would add a second slave as insurance before doing this to provide some risk mitigation. Make sure you have adequate spare space on your slave as you will want as much again as the table to make changes. make sure you have chosen the right approach to your partitioning before doing anything.
We have made a number of changes to our system over the past three years to grow and often made them on the slave and promoted it as the master, applied the schema change on the old master and added it back as the slave. We couldn't afford the two or three hours to lock key tables to add columns and took this approach
On Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 10:34 AM, Suresh Rajagopal <sureshr7@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
What is the fastest approach to partition a huge table with 2 additional columns? How safe its to alter table on slave and promote slave as master? It takes 25 hours to alter the table for now on slave.
MariaDB Version : 10.1.18OS : Centos 6
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