For the record, the table we're having trouble inserting into is ~100 rows
with ~50 indexes on it. E.F Codd is spinning in his grave. The reason
they went with this design (instead of one that has two tables, each with
3-6 columns, and about that many indexes) is that "joins are slow".
Which they may be on Mysql, I don't know. But this is (unfortunately) a
On Fri, 29 Oct 2010, Josh Berkus wrote:
> Rob pointed me to a benchmark of MySQL vs. Tokutek which is interesting
> to your case:
> It's also interesting to me because apparently InnoDB *does* have an
> issue with large numbers of inserts to an already-large table, which we
> don't have (I don't think we do, anyway).
> -- Josh Berkus
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