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How to avoid common (but deadly) MySQL development mistakes

MySQL software developers are under pressure to do more in less time and create applications that adapt to ever-changing requirements. And it’s true that some of a developer’s time is wasted when his or her …

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Webinars: Common (but deadly) MySQL mistakes

On January 22 I’ll be presenting the first of a series of two new webinars focusing on avoiding common MySQL mistakes: How to Avoid Common (but Deadly) MySQL Operations Mistakes. “Don’t bother me with DBA …

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Migrating between MySQL schemas with Percona Xtrabackup

Recently, I was working with a client that asked about using Percona Xtrabackup to take a snapshot of a particular MySQL schema and then reload it with a different schema name on the same server. …

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Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo 2013 – News from the Committee – Tutorial Selection Complete

As Percona Live London is raging in the UK, I thought it fitting to remind everyone about the next big Percona Live: MySQL Conference and Expo 2013 in Santa Clara, Californa on April 22-25, 2013.  You …

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Big Data and MySQL – a Discussion with SiliconANGLE on theCUBE

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Given all the focus and hype on Big Data, I was excited to have the chance at the recent O’Reilly Strata Show to sit down with Jeff Kelly, one of the top rated “Big Data” …

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An update on Percona Live MySQL Conference & Expo 2012

We announced a while back that we were going to continue the traditional MySQL conference in Santa Clara, because O’Reilly wasn’t doing it anymore. But we haven’t given an update in a while. Here’s the …

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MySQL performance on EC2/EBS versus RDS

A while ago I started a series of posts showing benchmark results on Amazon EC2 servers with RAID’ed EBS volumes and MySQL, versus RDS machines. For reasons that won’t add anything to this discussion, I …

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Scaling problems still exist in MySQL 5.5 and Percona Server 5.5

MySQL 5.5 and Percona Server 5.5 do not solve all scalability problems even for read only workloads. Workloads which got a lot of attention such as Sysbench and DBT2/TPC-C scale pretty well a they got …

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Partitioning, Free Lunches, & Indexing, Part 2

Review In part one, I presented a very brief and particular view of partitioning. I covered what partitioning is, with hardly a mention of why one would use partitioning. In this post, I’ll talk about …

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Partitioning, Free Lunches, and Indexing

Why partition? Partitioning is a commonly touted method for achieving performance in MySQL and other databases. (See here, here, here and many other examples.) I started wondering where the performance from partitions comes from, and …

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