In this blog, we will test a new security feature added in ProxySQL 2.0.9. Since a time ago, we have had the ability to block queries using mysql_query_rules table matching a group of queries using reg exp like a blacklist. Check out a previous blog for how to config “ProxySQL Firewalling” using the mysql_query_rules […]Read more
If you are thinking of using ProxySQL in our Percona XtraDB Cluster environment, I’ll explain how to use ProxySQL 2 for failover tasks.
How to Test
ProxySQL uses the “weight” column to define who is the WRITER node. For this example, I’ll use the following list of hostnames and IPs for references:
| node_name | ip […]
In a previous post, I showed you how to compile Percona Mysql 5.7 on Raspberry PI 3. Now, I’ll show you how to compile and run the latest version of Percona XtraDB Cluster 5.7.26.
We will need at least 3 RaspberryPi 3 boards, and I recommend you use an external SSD drive to compile and […]
In this post, we will manage ProxySQL Cluster with “core” and “satellite” nodes. What does that mean? Well, in hundreds of nodes, only one change in one of those nodes will replicate to the entire cluster.
Any mistake or changes will replicate to all nodes, and this can make it difficult to find the most […]