September 22, 2014

Percona Live London 2013: an insider’s view of the schedule

With the close of call for papers earlier this month, the Percona Live London conference committee was in full swing this past week reviewing all of the many submissions for November’s Percona Live London MySQL Conference. The submissions are far ranging and cover some really interesting topics, making the lineup for Percona Live London really strong! […]

European and North American Training Schedule Announced

Ensuring that everyone has a chance to attend Percona’s training for MySQL, we are announcing the following dates for Europe. You can always find the current schedule at Percona Training. The dates for Europe are: Live Virtual Training: Developer Training for MySQL Begins Monday, August 27, 2012 , 9am – 11am, Greenwich Mean Time Madrid, España Begins Monday, […]

Percona MySQL Training Schedule for May, June, & July

Over the coming three months, Percona will be holding our highly acclaimed MySQL courses in the following cities: Dallas, Texas – May 14 – 17, 2012 London, England – May 21 – 24, 2012 Orlando, Florida – June 11 – 14, 2012 Raleigh, North Carolina – June 18 – 21, 2012 Boston, Massachusetts – July 9 – […]

Schedule for MySQL Conference 2012 is Published

I am pleased to announce the schedule for Percona Live: MySQL Conference And Expo 2012 is now published. This is truly great selection of talks with something for MySQL Developers, DBAs, Managers, people just starting to use MySQL as well as looking for advanced topics. We have talks about running MySQL on extremely large scale […]

Percona Live NYC Schedule Posted

The first Percona Live conference in San Francisco in February was a huge success, and we’re planning to run several each year. The next one is May 26th in New York City. We’ve just confirmed a number of sought-after speakers and posted the schedule online. We are in the process of confirming sessions from a […]

2010 Percona Training Schedule

After a nice long vacation, it’s time to unveil our destinations for public classes in 2010.  We are now offering a course for Developers as well as DBAs.  The dates are: Seattle 16 February San Francisco 18-19 February Boston 22-23 February New York City 25-26 February Montréal 8-9 March Denver 15-16 March Chicago 18-19 March […]

A rule of thumb for choosing column order in indexes

I wanted to share a little rule of thumb I sometimes use to decide which columns should come first in an index. This is not specific to MySQL, it’s generally applicable to any database server with b-tree indexes. And there are a bunch of subtleties, but I will also ignore those for the sake of […]

2009 Percona Performance Conference Schedule

The schedule for the 2009 Percona Performance Conference has been released. Take a look, see what interests you, and (optionally) register to come. We look forward to seeing you all there!

Linux schedulers in tpcc like benchmark

I mentioned earlier that IO scheduler CFQ coming by default in RedHat / CentOS 5.x may be not so good for MySQL. And yesterday one customer reported that just changing cfq to noop solved their InnoDB IO problems. I ran tpcc scripts against XtraDB on our Dell PowerEdge R900 server (16 cores, 8 disks in […]

Linux IO Schedulers and MySQL

Found a great article about Linux IO Schedulers today which is quite interesting. It goes in details about schedulers and explains in which of workloads which of schedulers is best. The interesting thing this article points out is – there are multiple versions of each of the schedulers, while name remains the same. This means […]