Two years ago, we showed how to use a different mount point on Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) Docker deployments, in case you need to have data stored out of the default Docker paths. We have released PMM version 2 since, and the need for these steps is still current. However, there are a […]Read more
As Alkin and Ramesh have shown us in their Testing Percona XtraDB Cluster 8.0 with DBdeployer post, it is now possible to easily deploy an environment to test the features provided by the brand new release of Percona XtraDB Cluster 8.0.
We have also worked on creating a testing environment available for those that use […]
In a previous post Profiling Software Using perf and Flame Graphs, we took a look at how to generate Flame Graphs from perf outputs. In this short follow-up, we will use Flame Graphs to process outputs from pt-pmp. Flame Graphs were not originally thought of for this purpose, but since pt-pmp outputs are similar […]Read more
In this blog post, we will see how to use perf (a.k.a.: perf_events) together with Flame Graphs. They are used to generate a graphical representation of what functions are being called within our software of choice. Percona Server for MySQL is used here, but it can be extended to any software you can take […]Read more