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Monthly Archives: April 2008

Partially OpenSourced

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 …

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MySQL Optimizer team comments on TPC-H Results

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 …

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MySQL Community Dinner

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 …

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Meet MySQL Performance Blog guys on MySQL Users Conference

Percona, the company maintaining MySQL Performance Blog has a good presence on the conference this year. We have me (Peter), Vadim, Aurimas, Baron and Andrew attending the show. Alexey had to stay because he could …

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TPC-H Run on MySQL 5.1 and 6.0

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 …

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State of MySQL Market and will Replication live ?

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 …

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How fast can MySQL Process Data

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 …

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MySQL should have dynamic durability settings

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 …

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Should you have your swap file enabled while running MySQL ?

So you’re running dedicated MySQL Linux box with plenty of memory, so the good question arises if you should have swap file enabled or disable it ? I’ve seen production successfully running on boxes both …

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Kickfire Kickfire Kickfire

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 …

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