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Monthly Archives: May 2007

MySQL Slow query log in the table

As of MySQL 5.1 get MySQL slow query log logged in mysql.slow_log table instead of the file as you had in previous versions. We rarely would use this feature as it is incompatible with our …

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MySQL – to use or not to use

Reading this slashdot article today and two CIO magazine articles linked from it. Such discussions started at right place at right time always attract a lot of flamers and can be fun to read. What …

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Predicting how long data load would take

I had this question asked many times during last week, and there is really no easy answer. There are just way too many variables to consider especially while loading large schemas with a lot of …

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Innodb Recovery Update – The tricks what failed.

As I wrote we had been recovering corrupted Innodb Tablespace and it is finally done now. As this was over than 1TB worth of data we really tried to avoid dumping the data and find …

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MySQL Geek Job Openings

The consulting load keeps increasing so we’re looking for some help. This job would be perfect for someone interested in high performance and scaling with decent knowledge of MySQL and eagerness to learn more. We …

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Wishes for mysqldump

Dealing with dumping and recovery of large and partially corrupted database I’ve got couple of feature ideas for mysqldump or similar tool and appropriate import tool Dump in parallel single thread dump is not efficient …

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Innodb crash recovery update

I have not had a serious Innodb corruptions for a while, typically even if it happened it was some simple table related corruption which was easy to fix on table level. In couple of cases …

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Magic Innodb Recovery self healing

We have certain type of the table corrupting with Innodb, as it is limited to only one particular index on one particular table type it is likely to be Innodb bug but Heikki currently could …

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MySQL Installation and upgrade scripts.

I generally find MySQL Sever sufficiently tested, meaning at least minor version upgrades rarely cause the problems. Of course it is not perfect and I remember number of big issues when some releases could not …

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Planet MySQL AdSense Advertisement

As you probably know MySQL is Running AdSense Ads on PlanetMySQL.org for last few months. When the project was just started it was Ad free. I’m curious If MySQL Really ask syndicated Blog owners if …

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