This is an extra article from the 10-part series, discussing the engineering implementation of Paxos.
Part 10 of this 10-part series focuses on the codes related to the transaction of the PolarDB-X.
Part 9 of this 10-part series mainly explains the implementation of PolarDB-X DDL in the compute node (CN).
Part 8 of this 10-part series analyzes the generation of Binlog and how to process and generate Global Binlog through the system.
Part 7 of this 10-part series describes the key points and data structures in the private protocol connection process.
Part 6 of this 10-part series focuses on the source codes of the distributed deadlock detection function in PolarDB-X.
Part 5 of this 10-part series introduces the processing of Insert statements by PolarDB-X in parsing, checking, optimizer, and executor by debugging simple Insert statements.
Part 4 of this 10-part series describes the key code related to SQL parsing and execution in GalaxySQL (CN) codes from the perspective of SQL execution.
Part 3 of this 10-part series introduces the code engineering structure of GalaxyCDC and shows the construction process of the local development and debugging environment.
Part 2 of this 10-part series explains the startup process of the PolarDB-X CN node (GalaxySQL), including parameter loading, metadata loading, and other processes.
Part 1 of this 10-part series focuses on the code structure of GalaxySQL (the PolarDB-X CN computing layer).
In this article, we discuss the interesting features of the latest version of PolarDB-X, kernel V5.4.14.
This article describes how Taobao effectively manages data storage and retrieval of millions of everyday orders and transactions to enhance the user experience.
This article explores several ways for implementing join on distributed databases, namely Lookup Join using PolarDB-X.
In this blog, we'll introduce Runtime Filters and discuss how it can help improve query performance of the Join operation for databases.
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