11. Moving the queue_log table to InnoDB

Thanks to Jens von Bulow

Most QueueMetrics tables use a storage engine called myISAM - this was the default storage engine, and works well on tables that are written infrequently and read often. If you run a clustered call-center with multiple partitions and many rows being inserted per second, you may see database response times degrade. In this case, moving the storage engine to InnoDB, a storage engine that is way better for contended tables, may make a difference.

11.1. Prerequisites

  • A working QueueMetrics instance
  • MySQL server version 5
// * Add index?
// * Convert to MySQL?




Changes to QueueMetrics

None required.