Getting familiar with TokuDB part 2.

(Originally posted in kinja ops blog)

Last time I was checked, how can TokuDB be used as a drop in replacement of InnoDB. The first impressions were jolly good; way less disk space usage, and the TokuDB host can be a part of the current replication cluster.

So far so good.

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Getting familiar with TokuDB part 1.

(Originally posted in kinja ops blog)

After TokuDB was announced as a new storage engine for MySQL , it made me very curious, but I didn’t tried it out until now.

I try to check it from different aspects and I’ll be blog it step by step. I don’t do any serious benchmarking, just play with it, and see if it could be fit into Kinja’s MySQL ecosystem.

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