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MySQL End Of Life (EOL) Policy

We’ve discussed today how we should implement MySQL Version advisory in mk-audit tool. One obvious questions was to look at the end of life – it is often bad idea to run MySQL versions past …

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Why it’s beneficial to attend MySQL conferences

In the MySQL ecosystem, there is some sort of conference or another all year long. But why are they important? To answer this, we can split the audience into 3 groups: – MySQL Professionnals – …

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On SSDs – Lifespans, Health Measurement and RAID

Solid State Drive (SSD) have made it big and have made their way not only in desktop computing but also in mission-critical servers. SSDs have proved to be a break-through in IO performance and leave …

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MySQL Life Cycle. Your Feedback is needed.

When I started with MySQL 3.22 I would start running MySQL from early beta (if not alpha) and update MySQL the same date as release would hit the web. Since that time I matured and …

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MLC SSD card lifetime and write amplification

As MLC-based SSD cards are raising popularity, there is also a raising concern how long it can survive. As we know, a MLC NAND module can handle 5,000-10,000 erasing cycles, after which it gets unusable. …

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Real-Life Use Case for “Barracuda” InnoDB File Format

In one of his recent posts Vadim already gave some information about possible benefits from using new InnoDB file format but in this post I’d like to share some real-life example how compression in InnoDB …

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Getting real life query speeds with MySQL

To check for query performance improvements followed indexing/query changes or MySQL configuration changes our customers often decide to run the query and see if there is any significant improvement. Leaving aside question of checking single …

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Looking for MySQL 4.0 Support post EOL ?

As Giuseppe just reminded MySQL 4.0 is reaching its end of life in about 2 weeks from now. When it becomes unsupported by MySQL via normal support agreements together with 3.23 version. At Percona we …

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MySQL Releases first real Community Release

Few days ago MySQL released MySQL 5.0.37 which I would call first real Community Version, because unlike previous versions which were released from the same source tree as Enterprise MySQL this one has some community …

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Multi-source replication in MySQL 5.7 vs Tungsten Replicator

MySQL 5.7 comes with a new set of features and multi-source replication is one of them. In few words this means that one slave can replicate from different masters simultaneously. During the last couple of …

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