Last weekend Vadim from Percona published his MariaDB 5.3.4 benchmark results. As the new benchmark guy at Monty Program I take this oportunity to add some more results of my own. One question in the comments to Vadim was if it is fair to compare MariaDB-5.3 with MySQL-5.5. Or if this comparison should be done […]
There's innodb_large_prefix as a possible workaround, which is default in 10.2 https://t.co/URwAEaZcN7
The reason is because MariaDB imposes a maximum of 767 bytes for indexes, and 767 / 4 = 191 (rounded down).
The danger of no Primary Key when replicating in RBR (partial protection with MariaDB 10.1) https://t.co/M6mABJdkmn by @jfg956