InnoDB is the most popular, reliable and functional of the transactional storage engines available for MySQL database users. InnoDB provides transactions, row-level locking, and automatic crash recovery. InnoDB on-disk files play a pivotal role for those features. This presentation describes how on-disk files are structured, how compressed tables are organized, and how long variable-length columns are stored.
As we develop new features, it is inevitable for file format changes. We will explain how the new file format management works in the InnoDB Plugin.
During this session, we will also cover InnoDB source code structure – 31 subdirectories that come with the MySQL source code under storage/innobase.
Heikki Tuuri is the creator of the InnoDB transactional storage engine in MySQL. He founded Innobase Oy in 1995 and is the CEO of the company. Prior to founding Innobase Oy, Tuuri worked at the University of Helsinki, from which he also received a Ph.D, degree in mathematical logic in 1990.
Calvin Sun is the senior engineering manager at Twitter, managing the MySQL development. Prior to that, he was managing the InnoDB team at Oracle. Calvin was a development manager at MySQL from 2006 to 2008, managing MySQL storage engines and 3rd party storage engine vendors relationships. He has over 15+ years of database development experience, mostly on various storage engines.
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