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 | April 15, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

Reading evening news and rss feeds I found interesting next sequence: Jeremy’s post “MySQL to launch new features only in MySQL Enterprise” basically about some new features of MySQL will be available only for paid customers Then Kaj’s post Anthropology: Sun studies MySQL with tagline “Sun didn’t acquire MySQL to change it, but to learn […]

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MySQL Optimizer team comments on TPC-H Results

 | April 14, 2008 | 

Yesterday I had a chance to speak to Igor – head of MySQL optimizer team and Timur – both of them expressed concern with TPC-H run results I posted and notes about little gains in MySQL 6.0. Do not get this post wrong. I’m not saying MySQL 6.0 SubQuery optimizations are non existent or priorities […]

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MySQL Community Dinner

 | April 14, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

Yesterday we started the conference early with MySQL Community Dinner which was quite a success with about 30-50 people showing up (hard to count as people come and go) even though it was conflicting with Silicon Valley MySQL Meetup and which at least prevented Jeremy and his team showing up. UPDATE: What I was thinking… […]

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TPC-H Run on MySQL 5.1 and 6.0

 | April 10, 2008 |  Posted In: Benchmarks

We were doing MySQL Performance evaluation on TPC-H queries for the client and they kindly allowed us to publish results which are very interesting. This is obviously not audited TPC-H run, and it can’t be because we used MyISAM tables which are not ACID complaint. Plus we only measured Power to keep things simple. We […]

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State of MySQL Market and will Replication live ?

 | April 9, 2008 |  Posted In: Insight for DBAs

There are interesting posts these day about future of MySQL Replication by Brian Frank and Arjen. I think it very interesting to take a look at a bit bigger picture using framework from Innovators Dilemma and Innovators Solution. I’m not going to speak about disruption and commoditisation of Database Market, leaving this for Market talks, […]

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How fast can MySQL Process Data

 | April 9, 2008 |  Posted In: Benchmarks

Reading Barons post about Kickfire Appliance and of course talking to them directly I learned a lot in their product is about beating data processing limitations of current systems. This raises valid question how fast can MySQL process (filter) data using it current architecture ? I decided to test the most simple case – what […]

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MySQL should have dynamic durability settings

 | April 8, 2008 |  Posted In: Insight for DBAs

If you’re using Innodb tables MySQL has innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit variable which defines how durable your transactions are. If you have high durability requirements you set it to 1 and log records are pushed directly to the disk on transaction commit. If you do not bother loosing come committed transactions you can set it to 0 and […]

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Kickfire Kickfire Kickfire

 | April 4, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

So it looks like these days Kickfire welcomed everyone to tell they’ve been working with Kickfire – Baron Keith Frank is writing about KickFire. Good Job Kickfire PR team you really energized community. We also were working with Kickfire for quite a while and are also very excited to give it a try.

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