I’d like to advertise my previous iiBench posting again (now that we are feeding into PlanetMySQL.)Read More
Percona has a new Chief Operating Officer! It is Tom Basil, who was Employee #11 at MySQL and led the Support organization there for almost eight years. He was the founding Director of Support at MySQL, and built it into a team of about 60 people all across the world. Tom was legendary as a […]Read More
We’ve recently done benchmarks comparing different MySQL versions in terms of their CPU efficiently in TPC-C like Workload. We did it couple of weeks ago so MySQL 5.0.67, MySQL 5.1.29 and Innodb Plugin 1.0.1 were used which are not very recent, though we do not think results will differ a lot with today versions.Read More
At the recent OpenSQL Camp in Charlottesville, VA, Tokutek offered a challenge to the MySQL community – who can insert a billion rows into MySQL the fastest? We will post the results on our website and the winner gets a $100 Starbucks card, along with valuable bragging rights. Tokutek’s technical founders (Michael A. Bender, Martin […]Read More
We have now published presentations from OpenSQLCamp at Percona Presentation pages Percona MySQL Patches is a great presentation to see Percona Patches for MySQL in action, showing how you can use them to get more understanding of your server load and improve server performance, as well as how they can improve performance all together. Sphinx […]Read More
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