In this chapter, you review some important points pertaining to the performance of MariaDB.
Database administrators spend a significant portion of their lives tweaking and experimenting to improve DBMS performance. Poorly performing databases (and database queries, for that matter) tend to be the most frequent culprits when diagnosing application sluggishness and performance problems.
What follows is not, by any stretch of the imagination, the last word on MariaDB performance. This is intended to review key points made in the previous 29 chapters, as well as to provide a springboard from which to launch performance optimization discussion and analysis.
So, here goes:
• First and foremost, MariaDB ...