Withdrawal of Memory allocation in Stored Function

Returning to my post about memory consumption with Stored Function at this moment I want to annul that post. Trying to repeat described behavoir I cannot repeat that again and probably there was something wrong with the whole box, not MySQL. I apologize if it was confusing. Although I am almost sure this topic […]

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Speaking on HighLoad Conference, Moscow, Russia

HighLoad.RU is the conference focused on Building High Performance Systems and has speakers from most of top Russian Internet companies.
It is taking place in Moscow, Russia 24-25 of September and you should know a bit of Russian to attend 🙂
The conference has some international flavor though there are few people coming from […]

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Looking for High Performance MySQL Interns

We have yet another opening at MySQL Performance Blog.
We’re looking for Intern position (with limited compensation) to work on project of MySQL Performance research and analysis, developing and running benchmarks under our guidance, writing WhitePapers and articles.
We feel this would be perfect part time position for the Computer Science student […]

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Working on “High Performance MySQL, Second Edition”, how you can help?

As you may already have seen announcement by Baron we’re working on major rewrite of High Performance MySQL book – the most famous book about MySQL Performance on the market… which is getting old though. We’ve been slowly working on the book for over half a year now and were later joined […]

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Guess what?! Microsecond slow query timing finally available in MySQL!

Vadim asked me yesterday to update Microslow patch for 5.1.21, because the previous one I wrote for 5.1.20 failed to apply correctly on the new MySQL release. Imagine the expression on my face after I unpacked the sources and found out that MySQL incorporated the patch to their release. So it’s a built-in feature […]

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