Learn about TiDB Operator's component control loop and how it manages TiDB's component lifecycle.
As a key-value database, TiKV has much higher performance requirements than a regular application, so tracing tools must have minimal impact. Learn how we trace TiKV requests while impacting performance less than 5%.
This post introduces the execution workflow of a TiKV request in the prewrite phase. It offers a top-down description of how the prewrite request of an optimistic transaction is executed within the multiple modules of the Region leader.
Learn about Kubernetes's Operator pattern and TiDB Operator's major reconcile loop.
TiFS is a distributed file system built upon TiKV. It is partition tolerant, strictly consistent, and most efficient for reading and writing small files or other complicated file system operations.
As a major new feature introduced in TiDB 5.0, Async Commit can greatly reduce the latency of transaction commits. This post describes Async Commit's design ideas and its key implementation details.
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