I upgraded our entire backend mysql db from 5.0 to 5.6, including changing a few tables to innodb, and we've been having nothing but problems with never ending transactions since. I still have a ...
I recently discovered the default open transaction ceiling of 1024 in MySQL. I have since increased the limit using innodb_extra_rsegments. However, I would like to keep my eye on this moving forward. ...
I'm having a problem with a MySQL 5.5 database instance running on Amazon RDS. Periodically (once every couple of days) a transaction will fail to complete and appears to leave the tables locked. ...
This sprang from this related question, where I wanted to know how to force two transactions to occur sequentially in a trivial case (where both are operating on only a single row). I got an ...
Let's say that I have two servers that simultaneously initiate a transaction on a MySQL 5.5 database using InnoDB. Both transactions do the same thing: Read a single row, then update the row based on ...