Percona has a strong team of MySQL developers and consultants on board, so we decided to prepare builds with our patches and third-party patches which we think are very useful. We actually use these internally and for our customers. Current releases include: microslow patch (enables microsecond resolution in slow logs) execution plan (show info about […]
As you may know Sun / MySQL made release of community 5.0.75 only as source code release. We made binaries with our patchset. Patches are mostly equal to build 10 http://www.percona.com/blog/2008/12/11/mysql-binaries-percona-build10/, only change: it includes bugfix for https://bugs.launchpad.net/percona-patches/+bug/308849 You can download binaries (RPMS x86_64) and sources with patches here http://www.percona.com/mysql/5.0.75-b11/
Today we officially announce our new storage engine, “Percona XtraDB“, which is based on the InnoDB storage engine. It’s 100% backwards-compatible with standard InnoDB, so you can use it as a drop-in replacement in your current environment. It is designed to scale better on modern hardware, and includes a variety of other features useful in […]
People are asking me if Percona will support Drizzle and what is in general our position regarding this project. First about Support. We surely will support the customers if they select to run the Drizzle instead of MySQL Server. For us it is same as supporting MySQL Server with custom patches, which we do. In […]
As there were many requests for Debian binary packages in our announcement of Percona builds with custom patchsets, we decided to play with it and built .deb, which you can find there: http://www.percona.com/blog/mysql/debian/ You can also add the following repositories into your sources.list: deb http://percona.com/blog/mysql/debian/5.0/ binary-amd64/ deb http://percona.com/blog/mysql/debian/5.0/ source/ deb http://percona.com/blog/mysql/debian/5.1/ binary-amd64/ deb http://percona.com/blog/mysql/debian/5.1/ source/ […]
These days I’m working with a customer who has an application based entirely on stored routines on MySQL side. Even though I haven’t worked much with stored procedures, I though it’s going to be a piece of cake. In the end – it was, but there’s a catch.
Google patches V1 contain interesting patch to mirror binary log on slave. Although Google is preparing GlobalTransactionId patch, which going to be replacement for MirroredBinlogs, we still think mirroring binary logs is very useful for: Backup of binary logs in real time High availability, to switch master load to slave with mirrored binary logs By […]