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mysql> SELECT * FROM information schema.tables WHERE table_schema='test' and table_name='testA'\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************
TABLE CATALOG: def
TABLE SCHEMA: test
TABLE NAME: testA
TABLE TYPE: BASE TABLE
ROW FORMAT: Compact
TABLE ROWS: 0
AVG ROW LENGTH: 0
DATA LENGTH: 16384
MAX DATA LENGTH: 0
INDEX LENGTH: 0
DATA FREE: 0
AUTO INCREMENT: NULL
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…proving the bottleneck. In surfing I found that MariaDB had "spun" out of mysql. MariaDB is a drop-in replacement for mysql, and is totally open source. My test bed is a mac-mini, and sure I can throw hardware at the problem, but its far more interesting to look at optimizing. So I used brew, a open-source package manager for osx, I installed MariaDb. I had a existing 20Gig database, and it picked it up, and used it just fine. The surprising thing is I saw a 30% increase in performance …