At the Percona engineering team, we often receive requests to analyze changes in MySQL/Percona Server for MySQL behavior from one version to another, either due to regression or a bug fix (when having to point out to a customer that commit X has fixed their issue and upgrading to a version including that fix […]Read more
In case you didn’t already see this news, PostgreSQL has got its first minor version released for 2019. This includes minor version updates for all supported PostgreSQL versions. We have indicated in our previous blog post that PostgreSQL 9.3 had gone EOL, and it would not support any more updates. This release includes the […]Read more
Lately, I worked on several queries which started returning wrong results after upgrading MySQL Server to version 5.7 The reason for the failure was derived merge optimization which is one of the default
optimizer_switch options. Issues were solved, though at the price of performance, when we turned it
OFF . But, more importantly, we could […]
What does Anton Ego – a fictional restaurant critic from the Pixar movie Ratatouille – have to do with MySQL 8.0 GA?
When it comes to being a software critic, a lot.
In many ways, the work of a software critic is easy. We risk very little and thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to […]
We’re completing our move of Percona bug tracking into JIRA, and the drop-dead date is December 28, 2017.
For some time now, Percona has maintained both the legacy Launchpad bug tracking system and a JIRA bug tracking system for some of the newer products. The time has come to consolidate everything into the JIRA […]