4 días - 24 horas
This course provides experienced MySQL DBAs with knowledge of how and why server settings affect performance,and when and how to tune them. It teaches students how to monitor their MySQL server and identify areas that impactperformance, such as slow queries and replication lag, and how to diagnose and fix these issues.
- Identify and fix replication lag
- Understand performance tuning concepts
- List factors that affect performance
- Use a range of performance tuning tools
- Configure and use the Performance Schema
- Tune the MySQL server instance
- Design a schema for optimal performance
- Understand how MySQL optimizes queries
- Identify and fix slow queries
- Diagnose and resolve common performance issues
Contenidos del curso
- Course goals
- MySQL products and professional services
- MySQL Cloud Service
- Supported platforms
- MySQL resources on the web
- MySQL courses and certification options
Performance Tuning Tools
- MySQL Monitoring Tools
- Oracle DB monitoring tools
- Community monitoring tool
- Linux tools
- Benchmarking tools
- What is Performance Schema?
- Schema overview
- The Instance and Connection Tables
- Querying event data
- The sys schema
- MySQL Workbench performance tools
General Server Tuning
- How MySQL uses memory
- Calculating maximum MySQL memory usage
- Managing connections
- Tuning threads
Tuning Tables, Files, and Logs
- Sizing the table cache
- Managing tables and files
- Tuning the binary logs
- What is InnoDB?
- How does InnoDB work?
- Tuning InnoDB buffer pool and log files
- Measuring InnoDB performance
Optimizing Your Schema
- Schema design considerations
- InnoDB table compression
- Partitioning tables
- Identifying candidate queries for optimization
- Server logs
- Statement status variables
- Performance Schema and sys
- Graphical tools
- How the optimizer works
- Understanding the query plan
- Optimizing queries
Optimizing Locking Operations
- How MySQL locking works
- InnoDB lock types
- Metadata locks
- Viewing lock information with SQL statements
- Investigating locks by querying system databases
- Replication overview
- Understanding replication lag
- Diagnosing replication lag
- Resolving replication lag
- Course Goals Recap
- MySQL Training at Oracle University
- MySQL Websites
- Your Evaluation
- Q&A Session
- Course Overview
- Training and Certification Website
- Course Evaluation
- Thank You!
- Q&A Session
- Troubleshoot common performance problems.
- Benchmark your MySQL server.
- Tune MySQL server settings.
- Investigate performance metrics with a range of system databases, command-line utilities, and graphical tools.
- Design your databases and queries for optimal performance.
- Diagnose and fix replication lag.
MySQL is the world's most popular open source database, and the leading database for web applications. Many of the largest web properties rely on MySQL to cope with huge numbers of concurrent transactions, while maintaining the integrity of their data. As users continue to demand better performance and more functionality from web applications, you need to make sure that your database can keep up. The MySQL Performance Tuning course will teach you how to use the vast array of configuration options, monitoring tools, and techniques employed by MySQL database professionals to keep your applications fast, efficient, and safe.
After attending this course you will understand performance tuning concepts; be able to benchmark and tune your server; investigate performance metrics with a range of system databases, command-line, and graphical tools; design your schema for optimal performance; identify and optimize slow queries, and troubleshoot common performance problems.
A Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at anytime. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording,copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.
- Application Developers
- Cloud Database Administrators
- Database Administrators
- Database Designers
- System Administrator
- Technical Administrator
- Web Administrator
- DBA experience
- Familiarity with the mysql command-line client and tools
- Knowledge of Linux
- MySQL for Database Administrators Ed 4
- Experience of MySQL Enterprise Monitor
- Familiarity with the Performance Schema