MySQL 索引最佳实践

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贡献于2014-06-21

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MySQL Indexing Best Practices Peter Zaitsev, CEO Percona Inc August 15, 2012 You’ve Made a Great Choice ! • Understanding indexing is crucial both for Developers and DBAs • Poor index choices are responsible for large portion of production problems • Indexing is not a rocket science MySQL Indexing: Agenda • Understanding Indexing • Setting up best indexes for your applications • Working around common MySQL limitations Indexing in the Nutshell • What are indexes for ? – Speed up access in the database – Help to enforce constraints (UNIQUE, FOREIGN KEY) –Queries can be ran without any indexes • But it can take a really long time Types of Indexes you might heard about • BTREE Indexes – Majority of indexes you deal in MySQL is this type • RTREE Indexes – MyISAM only, for GIS • HASH Indexes – MEMORY, NDB • BITMAP Indexes – Not Supported by MySQL • FULLTEXT Indexes – MyISAM, Innodb planned in MySQL 5.6 Family of BTREE like Indexes • A lot of different implementations – Share same properties in what operations they can speed up – Memory vs Disk is life changer • B+ Trees are typically used for Disk storage – Data stored in leaf nodes B+Tree Example Branch/Root Node Less than 3 Leaf Node Data Pointers Indexes in MyISAM vs Innodb • In MyISAM data pointers point to physical offset in the data file – All indexes are essentially equivalent • In Innodb – PRIMARY KEY (Explicit or Implicit) - stores data in the leaf pages of the index, not pointer – Secondary Indexes – store primary key as data pointer What Operations can BTREE Index do ? • Find all rows with KEY=5 (point lookup) • Find all rows with KEY>5 (open range) • Find all rows with 55 – A=5 AND B>6 – A=5 AND B=6 AND C=7 – A=5 AND B IN (2,3) AND C>5 • Will NOT use Index – B>5 – Leading column is not referenced – B=6 AND C=7 - Leading column is not referenced • Will use Part of the index – A>5 AND B=2 - range on first column; only use this key part – A=5 AND B>6 AND C=2 - range on second column, use 2 parts The First Rule of MySQL Optimizer • MySQL will stop using key parts in multi part index as soon as it met the real range (<,>, BETWEEN), it however is able to continue using key parts further to the right if IN(…) range is used Using Index for Sorting • SELECT * FROM PLAYERS ORDER BY SCORE DESC LIMIT 10 – Will use index on SCORE column – Without index MySQL will do “filesort” (external sort) which is very expensive • Often Combined with using Index for lookup – SELECT * FROM PLAYERS WHERE COUNTRY=“US” ORDER BY SCORE DESC LIMIT 10 • Best served by Index on (COUNTRY,SCORE) Multi Column indexes for efficient sorting • It becomes even more restricted! • KEY(A,B) • Will use Index for Sorting – ORDER BY A - sorting by leading column – A=5 ORDER BY B - EQ filtering by 1st and sorting by 2nd – ORDER BY A DESC, B DESC - Sorting by 2 columns in same order – A>5 ORDER BY A - Range on the column, sorting on the same • Will NOT use Index for Sorting – ORDER BY B - Sorting by second column in the index – A>5 ORDER BY B – Range on first column, sorting by second – A IN(1,2) ORDER BY B - In-Range on first column – ORDER BY A ASC, B DESC - Sorting in the different order MySQL Using Index for Sorting Rules • You can’t sort in different order by 2 columns • You can only have Equality comparison (=) for columns which are not part of ORDER BY – Not even IN() works in this case Avoiding Reading The data •“Covering Index” – Applies to index use for specific query, not type of index. • Reading Index ONLY and not accessing the “data” • SELECT STATUS FROM ORDERS WHERE CUSTOMER_ID=123 – KEY(CUSTOMER_ID,STATUS) • Index is typically smaller than data • Access is a lot more sequential – Access through data pointers is often quite “random” Min/Max Optimizations • Index help MIN()/MAX() aggregate functions – But only these • SELECT MAX(ID) FROM TBL; • SELECT MAX(SALARY) FROM EMPLOYEE GROUP BY DEPT_ID – Will benefit from (DEPT_ID,SALARY) index –“Using index for group-by” Indexes and Joins • MySQL Performs Joins as “Nested Loops” – SELECT * FROM POSTS,COMMENTS WHERE AUTHOR=“Peter” AND COMMENTS.POST_ID=POSTS.ID • Scan table POSTS finding all posts which have Peter as an Author • For every such post go to COMMENTS table to fetch all comments • Very important to have all JOINs Indexed • Index is only needed on table which is being looked up – The index on POSTS.ID is not needed for this query performance • Re-Design JOIN queries which can’t be well indexed Using Multiple Indexes for the table • MySQL Can use More than one index –“Index Merge” • SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A=5 AND B=6 – Can often use Indexes on (A) and (B) separately – Index on (A,B) is much better • SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A=5 OR B=6 – 2 separate indexes is as good as it gets – Index (A,B) can’t be used for this query Prefix Indexes • You can build Index on the leftmost prefix of the column – ALTER TABLE TITLE ADD KEY(TITLE(20)); – Needed to index BLOB/TEXT columns – Can be significantly smaller – Can’t be used as covering index – Choosing prefix length becomes the question Choosing Prefix Length • Prefix should be “Selective enough” – Check number of distinct prefixes vs number of total distinct values mysql> select count(distinct(title)) total, count(distinct(left(title,10))) p10, count(distinct(left(title,20))) p20 from title; +--------+--------+--------+ | total | p10 | p20 | +--------+--------+--------+ | 998335 | 624949 | 960894 | +--------+--------+--------+ 1 row in set (44.19 sec) Choosing Prefix Length • Check for Outliers – Ensure there are not too many rows sharing the same prefix mysql> select count(*) cnt, title tl from title group by tl order by cnt desc limit 3; +-----+-----------------+ | cnt | tl | +-----+-----------------+ | 136 | The Wedding | | 129 | Lost and Found | | 112 | Horror Marathon | +-----+-----------------+ 3 rows in set (27.49 sec) mysql> select count(*) cnt, left(title,20) tl from title group by tl order by cnt desc limit 3; +-----+----------------------+ | cnt | tl | +-----+----------------------+ | 184 | Wetten, dass..? aus | | 136 | The Wedding | | 129 | Lost and Found | +-----+----------------------+ 3 rows in set (33.23 sec) Most common Titles Most Common Title Prefixes How MySQL Picks which Index to Use ? • Performs dynamic picking for every query execution – The constants in query texts matter a lot • Estimates number of rows it needs to access for given index by doing “dive” in the table • Uses “Cardinality” statistics if impossible – This is what ANALYZE TABLE updates More on Picking the Index • Not Just minimizing number of scanned rows • Lots of other heuristics and hacks – PRIMARY Key is special for Innodb – Covering Index benefits – Full table scan is faster, all being equal – Can we also use index for Sorting • Things to know – Verify plan MySQL is actually using – Note it can change dynamically based on constants and data Use EXPLAIN • EXPLAIN is a great tool to see how MySQL plans to execute the query – http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/using- explain.html – Remember real execution might be different mysql> explain select max(season_nr) from title group by production_year; +----+-------------+-------+-------+---------------+-----------------+---------+------+------+--------------------------+ | id | select_type | table | type | possible_keys | key | key_len | ref | rows | Extra | +----+-------------+-------+-------+---------------+-----------------+---------+------+------+--------------------------+ | 1 | SIMPLE | title | range | NULL | production_year | 5 | NULL | 201 | Using index for group-by | +----+-------------+-------+-------+---------------+-----------------+---------+------+------+--------------------------+ 1 row in set (0.01 sec) MySQL Explain 101 • Look at the “type” sorted from “good” to “bad” – system,const,eq_ref,ref,range,index,ALL • Note “rows” – higher numbers mean slower query • Check “key_len” – shows how many parts of the key are really used • Watch for Extra. – Using Index - Good – Using Filesort, Using Temporary - Bad Indexing Strategy • Build indexes for set of your performance critical queries – Look at them together not just one by one • Best if all WHERE clause and JOIN clauses are using indexes for lookups – At least most selective parts are • Generally extend index if you can, instead of creating new indexes • Validate performance impact as you’re doing changes Indexing Strategy Example • Build Index order which benefits more queries – SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A=5 AND B=6 – SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A>5 AND B=6 – KEY (B,A) Is better for such query mix • All being equal put more selective key part first • Do not add indexes for non performance critical queries – Many indexes slow system down Trick #1: Enumerating Ranges • KEY (A,B) • SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A BETWEEN 2 AND 4 AND B=5 – Will only use first key part of the index • SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A IN (2,3,4) AND B=5 – Will use both key parts Trick #2: Adding Fake Filter • KEY (GENDER,CITY) • SELECT * FROM PEOPLE WHERE CITY=“NEW YORK” – Will not be able to use the index at all • SELECT * FROM PEOPLE WHERE GENDER IN (“M”,”F”) AND CITY=“NEW YORK” – Will be able to use the index • The trick works best with low selectivity columns. – Gender, Status, Boolean Types etc Trick #3: Unionizing Filesort • KEY(A,B) • SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A IN (1,2) ORDER BY B LIMIT 5; – Will not be able to use index for SORTING •(SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A=1 ORDER BY B LIMIT 5) UNION ALL (SELECT * FROM TBL WHERE A=2 ORDER BY B LIMIT 5) ORDER BY B LIMIT 5; – Will use the index for Sorting. “filesort” will be needed only to sort over 10 rows. 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