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How TokuMX was Born

With TokuMX 1.4 coming out soon, with (teaser) wonderful improvements made to sharding and updates (and plenty of other goodies), I’ve recently reminisced about how we got TokuMX to this point. We (actually, really John) …

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Four Benefits of TokuMX Transactions for MongoDB Applications

From the application’s perspective, TokuMX behaves very similarly, if not identically, to MongoDB in many ways. But in one subtle yet important way, on non-sharded clusters, TokuMX is different. With MongoDB, operations on each single …

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Introducing TokuMX Transactions for MongoDB Applications

Since our initial release last summer, TokuMX has supported fully ACID and MVCC multi-statement transactions. I’d like to take this post to explain exactly what we’ve done and what features are now available to the …

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The Genius of MongoDB

Getting ready for tomorrow’s MongoDB Boston conference (come say hi if you see us!), I’m spending some time thinking about a post last week by Bryce Nyeggen: The Genius and Folly of MongoDB. It hits …

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Is your MySQL Application having Busy IO by Oracle Measures ?

Preparing Choosing Storage Systems for MySQL talk for Percona Live in Washington,DC I ran into great paper called Sane SAN 2010 by James Morle from Scale Abilities – and Oracle consulting company. It is worth …

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Getting History of Table Sizes in MySQL

One data point which is very helpful but surprisingly few people have is the history of the table sizes. Projection of data growth is very important component for capacity planning and simply watching the growth …

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MySQL Limitations Part 4: One thread per connection

This is the third in a series on what’s seriously limiting MySQL in core use cases (links: part 1, 2, 3). This post is about the way MySQL handles connections, allocating one thread per connection …

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Estimating Replication Capacity

It is easy for MySQL replication to become bottleneck when Master server is not seriously loaded and the more cores and hard drives the get the larger the difference becomes, as long as replication remains …

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Upgrading MySQL

Upgrading MySQL Server is a very interesting task as you can approach it with so much different “depth”. For some this is 15 minutes job for others it is many month projects. Why is that …

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Percona welcomes Ryan Lowe and Vladimir Fedorkov

As we’ve said before, the Percona team just keeps growing. This time around, I’m pleased to welcome Ryan and Vladimir.

Ryan Lowe initially joined us from Florida (USA) in June. In his …a consultant, DBA (with Oracle, too!), DBA manager, and programmer makes him a great match for Percona‘s clients. He also contributed some improvements to Wordpress, and he blogs here and on Pablowe.

…and Ryan, a big welcome — we are fortunate indeed you’re working with us. And… go team!

PS: I can’t help but triple-dip, and point out that our own Ewen Fortune has …

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