We all like when error messages are descriptive and give a clear idea about what is happening; however, there are some cases when a few possible reasons lay behind one error message. “MySQL server has gone away” is one of them. Most of the cases when the error occurs are described in MySQL documentation, […]Read more
If you are using XA transactions, then you’ve likely run into a few replication issues with the 2PCs (2 Phase Commits). Here is a common error we see in Percona’s Managed Services and a few ways to handle it, including injecting an empty XA transaction.
Last_Error: Error ‘XAER_NOTA: Unknown XID’ on query. Default database: ‘punisher’. Query: […]Read more
MySQL 8.0 General Availability release was launched in April 2018, and since then there have been ten versions of MySQL 8 and Percona Server for MySQL released. The MySQL Community expressed a high opinion of the MySQL 8.0 advantages, so a lot of databases have been successfully upgraded to the new version. But many […]Read more
In a previous blog post on Data Consistency for RDS for MySQL, we presented a workaround to manage run pt-table-checksum on RDS instances. However, if your instance is running a MySQL 8.0.X version, there’s a simpler way to check data consistency.
Starting with 8.0.1, MySQL introduced something called “Dynamic Privileges” which is a solution to grant […]
One of the questions you often will be faced with operating a Linux-based system is managing memory budget. If a program uses more memory than available you may get swapping to happen, oftentimes with a terrible performance impact, or have Out of Memory (OOM) Killer activated, killing process altogether.
Before adjusting memory usage, either by […]