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Join ProxySQL Tech Talks with Percona on June 4th, 2020!

 | May 29, 2020 |  Posted In: MySQL, Open Source Databases, Tools

ProxySQL Tech Talks with Percona

Long months of the pandemic lockdown have brought to life many great online events enabling the MySQL community to get together and stay informed about the very recent developments and innovations available to MySQL users. It isn’t over yet! Next Thursday, June 4th, Percona & ProxySQL are co-hosting the ProxySQL Tech Talks with Percona virtual […]

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State of the Dolphin – Percona Live ONLINE Talk Preview

 | May 12, 2020 |  Posted In: Events, MySQL

Percona Live Online Agenda Slot: Tue 19 May • New York 11:00 a.m. • London 4:00 p.m. • New Delhi 8:30 p.m. Abstract I will talk about the latest improvements in MySQL 8.0.20 and the MySQL Engineering Team’s steady progress with MySQL 8.0. These include solutions like Document Store, InnoDB Cluster, and InnoDB ReplicaSet where […]

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MariaDB 10.4 and the Competition – Percona Live ONLINE Talk Preview

 | May 7, 2020 |  Posted In: Events, MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL

Percona Live Online Agenda Slot: Tue 19 May • New York 12:30 p.m. • London 5:30 p.m. • New Delhi 10:00 p.m. Abstract There are many good databases out there. Picking the right database for your project is never easy. There are technical criteria, business criteria, perhaps even ethical criteria. In this keynote, MariaDB Foundation […]

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Dynamic Tracing for Finding and Solving MariaDB (and MySQL) Performance Problems on Linux – Percona Live ONLINE Talk Preview

 | May 5, 2020 |  Posted In: Events, MariaDB, MySQL

Percona Live Online Agenda Slot (CORRECTED): Wed 20 May • New York 6:00 a.m. • London 11:00 a.m. • New Delhi 3:30 p.m. Level: Advanced Abstract While troubleshooting MariaDB server performance problems it is important to find out where the time is spent in the mysqld process, on-CPU and off-CPU. The process of investigation should […]

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Unexpected slow ALTER TABLE in MySQL 5.7

and  | April 23, 2020 |  Posted In: Intermediate Level, MySQL, Percona Server for MySQL

Usually one would expect that ALTER TABLE with ALGORITHM=COPY will be slower than the default ALGORITHM=INPLACE. In this blog post we describe the case when this is not so. One of the reasons for such behavior is the lesser known limitation of ALTER TABLE (with default ALGORITHM=INPLACE) that avoids REDO operations. As a result, all […]

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