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Diagnosing and Fixing MySQL Replication + Early Bird Registration Extended!

 | September 19, 2011 |  Posted In: MySQL

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Percona is happy to announce that our conference schedule is up online! We are thrilled to be able to offer such a wide variety of talks from so many MySQL experts. Come see Devananda van der Veen a Percona Consultant speak on Replication.

“Replication is one of MySQL’s most widely-used features, and despite significant improvements over the years, it still fails occasionally. When this happens, it can be due to any number of factors, either internal or external to your MySQL database. For those who do not have a thorough understanding of the MySQL binary log format or the slave’s two-phase replication architecture, safely restoring replication while maintaining data integrity can be a daunting task. This talk will show you how to interpret SHOW SLAVE STATUS, how to read MySQL’s binary logs, and how to recover a replication slave from many types of real-world failures.”
Not interested in Replication? Come see others speak on topics from Handler Socket to Programmatic Queries. With 45 sessions not including the keynotes you are bound to find something that will spark an interest.
To share our excitement we are extending our Early Bird Pricing until September 28th! Register now for this conference and save 25% off the Regular Registration price. This offer won’t last long so register today!

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Kortney Runyan

Kortney joined Percona in September 2010. She works as the Director of Global Events putting together different industry events around the world most notable the Percona Live series.

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