This blog discusses a few concepts about Docker and how we can use it to run a MySQL async replication environment. Docker is a tool designed to make it easier for developers and sysadmins to create/develop, configure, and run applications with containers. The container allows us to package all parts of the application it […]Read more
In MySQL 8.0 there are two new features designed to support lock handling: NOWAIT and SKIP LOCKED. In this post, we’ll look at how MySQL 8.0 handles hot rows. Up until now, how have you handled locks that are part of an active transaction or are hot rows? It’s likely that you have the application […]Read more
MySQL Replication is very simple to set up. In this post I’ll discuss its importance and five handy tools for monitoring and managing MySQL replication.
What is MySQL Replication? It’s the process of copying the (real-time events) data from one master instance to another slave instance and maintaining the redundant consistent data in a different […]
The MySQL query cache is one of the prominent features in MySQL and a vital part of query optimization. It is important to know how the MySQL query cache works, as it has the potential to cause significant performance improvements – or a slowdown – of your workload.
The MySQL query cache is a global one shared among […]
You might have encountered situations where you had to kill some specific select queries that were running for long periods and choking the database. This post will go into more detail with an example of report query offloading.
Report query (select) offloading to a slave server is a common practice to reduce the workload of the […]