Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Another reason to disable performance schema

Here is another micro-benchmark to prove that Performance Schema overhead is so serious.

non-persistent connections from remote machine, 100 concurrency, MySQL 5.6.13
performance_schemaconnections per second

Benchmark command is the same as what I published long time ago.

I understand almost all applications don't need 20000~30000 connections per second per instance, but latency increase should be considered. It would be better to make performance_schema parameter dynamic, and set 0 as default.

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