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MySQL Is back to Open Source Camp ?

 | May 13, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

Looking at Kaj’s Blog Annoucement MySQL has pulled back on the plans to release portions of the servers as close Source only. I am extremely happy to hear these news ! This is good for MySQL as a company, MySQL customers and MySQL users. I’m hoping Community feedback was serious contributer to this decision, though […]

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MySQL Performance Engineer opening

 | May 13, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

As you know we love to analyze performance of various MySQL features, benchmark, compare, analyze things and post our findings on MySQL Performance Blog. However recently we got too busy with serving out customers and the backlog of things to take a look and write about is just growing larger and larger. So we decided […]

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Learning about MySQL Table Fragmentation

 | May 1, 2008 |  Posted In: Insight for DBAs

Recently I was working with the customer who need quick warmup – to get Innodb table fetched in memory as fast as possible to get good in memory access performance. To do it I run the query: “SELECT count(*) FROM tbl WHERE non_idx_col=0” I use this particular form of query because it will do full […]

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T2000 CPU Performance – Watch out

 | May 1, 2008 | 

Sun is aggressively pushing T2000 as Scalable MySQL Platforms, and indeed it is Scalable in terms of high concurrency workloads – it is able to execute a lot of concurrent threads and so speed gain from 1 thread to say 32 thread will be significant. But thing a lot of people miss is – Being […]

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