Percona Replication Manager (PRM) continues to evolve and improve, I want to introduce two new features: Slave resync and Async stop. Slave resync This behavior is for regular non-gtid replication. When a master crashes and is no longer available, how do we make sure all the slaves are in a consistent state. It is easy […]
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Before Percona XtraBackup 2.1.7 and Percona XtraDB Cluster 5.6.15-25.3, rsync was the only SST method supporting GTID in the way that it was possible to move an asynchronous slave from one Galera node to another one (related bug). Indeed, previous versions of Percona XtraBackup didn’t copy any binary log and due to that, moving the […]
Async and PXC A common question I get about Percona XtraDB Cluster is if you can mix it with asynchronous replication, and the answer is yes! You can pick any node in your cluster and it can either be either a slave or a master just like any other regular MySQL standalone server (Just be […]
MySQL 5.6 is GA! Now we have new things to play with and in my personal opinion the most interesting one is the new Global Transaction ID (GTID) support in replication. This post is not an explanation of what is GTID and how it works internally because there are many documents about that: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/replication-gtids-concepts.html One […]
If you’ve used MySQL’s mysqlbinlog tool, you’ve probably seen something like the following in the output: “exec_time=0″ What is the exec_time? It seems to be the query’s execution time, but it is not.
There is a lot of discussions whenever running MySQL storing data on NFS is a good idea. There is a lot of things for and against this and this post is not about them. The fact is number of people run their databases on NetApp and other forms of NFS storage and this post is […]
When replication runs out of sync first question you often ask is if someone could be writing to the slave. Of course there is read_only setting which is good to set in the slave but it is not set always and also users with SUPER privilege bypass it. Looking into binary log is obvious choice […]
Recently I was tasked with investigating slippage between master and slave in a standard replication setup. The client was using Maatkit’s mk-table-checksum to check his slave data was indeed a fair copy of that of the master.
The question I often get is how far MySQL may fall behind and how to keep replication from lagging. The lag you will see will vary a lot from application to the application and from load to load. Plus what is the most important within same application the lag will likely have spikes – most […]
It has been a while since I have looked at InnoDB crash recovery. A lot has change in the last few years – we have serious crash recovery performance improvements in MySQL 5.5 and MySQL 5.6, we have solid state drives raising as typical high performance IO subsystem and we also have the ability to […]