MySQL INSERT ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE and counters

MySQL INSERT ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE is very powerful but often forgotten MySQL feature. It was introduced in MySQL 4.1 but I still constantly see people unaware of it.
Myself I like this feature big deal because it is designed in truly MySQL style – very efficient solution for frequent task while keeping it beautiful […]

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Jeremy Cole on MySQL Replication

Jeremy Cole recently posted very nice post about MySQL Replication Performance. There are however few points I should comment on.

Jeremy Speaks about MyISAM and Innodb in the same terms, in fact they are quite different for Replication. As you probably know MyISAM uses buffered IO so if master crashes you’re out of sync […]

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How Web Services world affect LAMP Stack

In connection to my previous post I was thinking how Web 2.0 with its massive use of Web Services affect LAMP Stack ? Well actually there are serious difference both for client and server application development which you might want to take into account.
If you’re developing Web Service Server application you will most likely […]

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