Information for solving problems with InnoDB comes from many sources, including SHOW INNODB STATUS, table monitors, SHOW STATUS, SHOW MUTEX STATUS, and information_schema tables as well as operating systems information such as iostat, vmstat, Performance Monitor and gdb/PMP.
Knowing which information is useful when diagnosing real production problems is a tough skill to learn. This talk will teach people some of the best techniques for handling the most common InnoDB issues such as locking, deadlocks, data dictionary, and performance issues.
Harrison has worked for over 7 years at MySQL AB and Sun Microsystems as a Trainer, Consultant, and now Staff Support Engineer. He has filled many roles during this time, from authoring training courses to handling some of the biggest users of MySQL.
He has also co-authored a book, MySQL Clustering.
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