Percona Server version 5.1.56-12.7 is now available for download. It is based on MySQL 5.1.56 and is the current stable release in the 5.1 series.Read More
I use Aspersa tools a lot and I find myself going to the website just to download one of the tools all the time. I love I can download maatkit with a simple wget maatkit.org/get/tool command so I made bit.ly shortcuts for all of the current aspersa tools. Here’s the full list with my favorite […]Read More
As you might have heard, at the MySQL Conference this earlier this week we announced our launch of Drizzle support services. We added Drizzle to the list of database servers that is covered under our MySQL support contracts. This includes MySQL, Percona Server, Amazon RDS, MariaDB, and the XtraBackup and Maatkit tools.Read More
Last week was rather less newsworthy in Percona Server land, as we spent a lot of time preparing for the MySQL Conference and Collaborate, and Vadim was on vacation. One interesting tidbit: I wrote some scripts analyze our log files and found that we were massively under-counting the number of downloads for Percona Server, due […]Read More
Jawa Issue addressed: Process over 10 million log entries per day without partitions or other workarounds. MySQL + TokuDB Tames Huge Logfile Processing Workload The Company: Founded in 2005, Jawa develops software and media solutions enabling people to stay connected to information, entertainment and communities while on the go. Jawa is a privately held company […]Read More
Over last few years I’ve been suggesting more people to disable Query Cache than to enable it. It can cause contention problems as well as stalls and due to coarse invalidation is not as efficient as it could be. These are however mostly due to neglect Query Cache received over almost 10 years, with very […]Read More
We’ve been busy at The MySQL Council. Giuseppe’s summary does a good job explaining what we’ve been up to. You can communicate with the MySQL council in several ways including: Respond to the MySQL Council Survey. Talk to one of the council members. I’ll be in Orlando on Sunday and Monday, and in Santa Clara […]Read More
Why do B-trees need “Tricks” to work? Marko Mäkelä recently posted a couple of “tips and tricks” you can use to improve InnoDB performance. Tips and tricks. A general purpose relational database like MySQL shouldn’t need “tips and tricks” to perform well, and I lay the blame on design choices that were made in the […]Read More
I recently worked on a customer case where at seemingly random times, inserts would fail with Innodb error 139. This is a rather simple problem, but due to it’s nature, it may only affect you after you already have a system running in production for a while.Read More
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