The mysql-haskell package

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pure haskell MySQL driver


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Versions 0.1.0.0, 0.2.0.0, 0.3.0.0, 0.4.0.0, 0.4.1.0, 0.5.0.0, 0.5.1.0, 0.6.0.0, 0.7.0.0, 0.7.1.0, 0.8.0.0, 0.8.1.0, 0.8.2.0, 0.8.3.0 (info)
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Dependencies base (>=4.7 && <5), binary (>=0.8.3), binary-ieee754, binary-parsers (>=0.2.1), blaze-textual (==0.2.*), bytestring (>=0.10.2.0), bytestring-lexing (==0.5.*), cryptonite (==0.*), io-streams (>=1.2 && <2.0), memory (>=0.14.4 && <0.15), monad-loops (==0.4.*), network (>=2.3 && <3.0), scientific (==0.3.*), tcp-streams (==1.0.*), text (>=1.1 && <1.3), time (>=1.5.0), tls (>=1.3.5 && <1.5), vector (>=0.8), wire-streams (>=0.1), word24 (>=1.0 && <=3.0) [details]
License BSD3
Copyright (c) 2016 Winterland
Author winterland1989
Maintainer winterland1989@gmail.com
Category Database
Home page https://github.com/winterland1989/mysql-haskell
Bug tracker https://github.com/winterland1989/mysql-haskell/issues
Source repository head: git clone git://github.com/winterland1989/mysql-haskell.git
Uploaded Mon Oct 9 10:22:47 UTC 2017 by winterland
Distributions LTSHaskell:0.8.0.0, NixOS:0.8.1.0, Stackage:0.8.3.0, Tumbleweed:0.8.0.0
Downloads 649 total (74 in the last 30 days)
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mysql-haskell

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mysql-haskell is a MySQL driver written entirely in haskell.

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Is it fast?

In short, select(decode) is about 1.5 times slower than pure c/c++ but 5 times faster than mysql-simple, insert (encode) is about 1.5 times slower than pure c/c++, there're many factors involved(tls, prepared statment, batch using multiple statement):

<img src="https://github.com/winterland1989/mysql-haskell/blob/master/benchmark/result.png?raw=true" width="100%">

Above figures showed the time to:

  • perform a "select * from employees" from a sample table
  • insert 1000 rows into a 29-columns table per thread with auto-commit off.

The benchmarks are run by my MacBook Pro 13' 2015.

Motivation

While MySQL may not be the most advanced sql database, it's widely used among China companies, including but not limited to Baidu, Alibaba, Tecent etc., but haskell's MySQL support is not ideal, we only have a very basic MySQL binding written by Bryan O'Sullivan, and some higher level wrapper built on it, which have some problems:

  • lack of prepared statment and binary protocol support.

  • limited concurrency due to FFI.

  • no replication protocol support.

mysql-haskell is intended to solve these problems, and provide foundation for higher level libraries such as groundhog and persistent, so that accessing MySQL is both fast and easy in haskell.

Guide

The Database.MySQL.Base module provides everything you need to start making queries:

{-# LANGUAGE OverloadedStrings #-}

module Main where

import Database.MySQL.Base
import qualified System.IO.Streams as Streams

main :: IO () 
main = do
    conn <- connect
        defaultConnectInfo {ciUser = "username", ciPassword = "password", ciDatabase = "dbname"}
    (defs, is) <- query_ conn "SELECT * FROM some_table"
    print =<< Streams.toList is

query/query_ will return a column definition list, and an InputStream of rows, you should consume this stream completely before start new queries.

It's recommanded to use prepared statement to improve query speed:

    ...
    s <- prepareStmt conn "SELECT * FROM some_table where person_age > ?"
    ...
    (defs, is) <- queryStmt conn s [MySQLInt32U 18]
    ...

If you want to do batch inserting/deleting/updating, you can use executeMany to save considerable time.

The Database.MySQL.BinLog module provides binlog listenning functions and row-based event decoder, following program will automatically get last binlog position, and print every row event it receives:

{-# LANGUAGE LambdaCase #-}
module Main where

import           Control.Monad         (forever)
import qualified Database.MySQL.BinLog as MySQL
import qualified System.IO.Streams     as Streams

main :: IO () 
main = do
    conn <- MySQL.connect 
        MySQL.defaultConnectInfo
          { MySQL.ciUser = "username"
          , MySQL.ciPassword = "password"
          , MySQL.ciDatabase = "dbname"
          }
    MySQL.getLastBinLogTracker conn >>= \ case
        Just tracker -> do
            es <- MySQL.decodeRowBinLogEvent =<< MySQL.dumpBinLog conn 1024 tracker False
            forever $ do
                Streams.read es >>= \ case
                    Just v  -> print v
                    Nothing -> return ()
        Nothing -> error "can't get latest binlog position"

Build Test Benchmark

Just use the old way:

git clone https://github.com/winterland1989/mysql-haskell.git
cd mysql-haskell
cabal install --enable-tests --only-dependencies
cabal build

Running tests require:

  • A local MySQL server, a user testMySQLHaskell and a database testMySQLHaskell, you can do it use following script:
mysql -u root -e "CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS testMySQLHaskell;"
mysql -u root -e "CREATE USER 'testMySQLHaskell'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY ''"
mysql -u root -e "GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON testMySQLHaskell.* TO 'testMySQLHaskell'@'localhost'"
mysql -u root -e "FLUSH PRIVILEGES"
  • Enable binlog by adding log_bin = filename to my.cnf or add --log-bin=filename to the server, and grant replication access to testMySQLHaskell with:
mysql -u root -e "GRANT REPLICATION SLAVE, REPLICATION CLIENT ON *.* TO 'testMySQLHaskell'@'localhost';"
  • Set binlog_format to ROW.

  • Set max_allowed_packet to larger than 256M(for test large packet).

New features will be automatically tested by inspecting MySQL server's version, travis is keeping an eye on following combinations:

  • CABALVER=1.18 GHCVER=7.8.4 MYSQLVER=5.5
  • CABALVER=1.22 GHCVER=7.10.2 MYSQLVER=5.5
  • CABALVER=1.24 GHCVER=8.0.1 MYSQLVER=5.5
  • CABALVER=1.24 GHCVER=8.0.1 MYSQLVER=5.6
  • CABALVER=1.24 GHCVER=8.0.1 MYSQLVER=5.7

Please reference .travis.yml if you have problems with setting up test environment.

Enter benchmark directory and run ./bench.sh to benchmark 1) c++ version 2) mysql-haskell 3) FFI version mysql, you may need to:

  • Modify bench.sh(change the include path) to get c++ version compiled.
  • Modify mysql-haskell-bench.cabal(change the openssl's lib path) to get haskell version compiled.
  • Setup MySQL's TLS support, modify MySQLHaskellOpenSSL.hs/MySQLHaskellTLS.hs to change the CA file's path, and certificate's subject name.
  • Adjust rts options -N to get best results.

With -N10 on my company's 24-core machine, binary protocol performs almost identical to c version!

Reference

MySQL official site provided intensive document, but without following project, mysql-haskell may not be written at all:

License

Copyright (c) 2016, winterland1989

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