Monthly Archives - April 2012

Percona MySQL Conference and Expo Week in Review

Thanks to all of those who came by our booth and to see Leif’s presentation on Read Optimization, and to my Lightning Talk on OLTP and OLAP at the Percona MySQL Conference and Expo. It was an incredible week and a great place to launch TokuDB v6.0 from! A big thanks to Percona for a great event, to Pythian […]

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Percona MySQL Training Schedule for May, June, & July

Over the coming three months, Percona will be holding our highly acclaimed MySQL courses in the following cities:

Dallas, Texas – May 14 – 17, 2012
London, England – May 21 – 24, 2012
Orlando, Florida – June 11 – 14, 2012
Raleigh, North Carolina – June 18 – 21, 2012
Boston, Massachusetts – July 9 – 12, 2012
Chicago, IL – […]

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Version 1.0 of Percona Monitoring Plugins Released

I’m happy to announce that version 1.0 of Percona Monitoring Plugins is now available. The Percona Monitoring Plugins are high-quality plugins, templates, and add-ons for Nagios and Cacti, so you can add world-class MySQL monitoring to your existing enterprise open-source monitoring products.
Version 1.0 fixes a variety of bugs that users found in version 0.9.0. […]

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Percona Live MySQL Conference & Expo Was A Great Event

Thanks to all of our sponsors, speakers, speaker selection committee, event staff, and especially the attendees for making last week’s conference a resounding success. With over a thousand people, the event made a good comeback after last year’s event, but more importantly, the mood was strongly optimistic. I think a lot of people arrived […]

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Testing Percona Replication Manager (prm) with Vagrant

If you have recently attended some Percona Live events or if you have checked some slides from Yves Trudeau, you may have heard about Percona Replication Manager (PRM), a new high availability tool for MySQL.

Percona Live DC 2012
Percona Live MySQL Conference & Expo 2012

 
PRM is an OCF Resource Agent for Corosync / Pacemaker that […]

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TokuDB v6.0: Frequent Checkpoints with No Performance Hit

Checkpointing — which involves periodically writing out dirty pages from memory — is central to the design of crash recovery for both TokuDB and InnoDB. A key issue in designing a checkpointing system is how often to checkpoint, and TokuDB takes a very different approach from InnoDB. How often and how much InnoDB checkpoints […]

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TokuDB v6.0: Even Better Compression

A key feature of our new TokuDB v6.0 release, which I have been blogging about this week, is compression. Compression is always on in TokuDB, and the compression we’ve achieved in the past has been quite good. See a previous post on the 18x compression achieved by TokuDB v5.0 on one benchmark. In […]

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TokuDB v6.0: Getting Rid of Slave Lag

Master/slave replication is an important tool that gets used in many ways: distributing read loads among many slaves for performance, using a slave for backups so the master can handle live load, geographically distributed disaster recovery, etc. The Achilles’ Heal of slave performance is that slave workloads are single-threaded. The master can […]

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