Daniel Nichter

Software Architect, Percona

Daniel started making tools for MySQL in 2004. At the time, almost no MySQL tools existed publicly. In 2005 he created HackMySQL.com where he published tools and white papers about MySQL performance, query optimization, and internals. Daniel joined Percona in July 2008 to work on Maatkit, a suite of command-line tools for MySQL which is now Percona Toolkit. At the 2010 MySQL Conference & Expo, he was named the Community Contributor of the Year for his work on Maatkit. 10+ years later, Daniel is still developing tools for MySQL at Percona, and other database-related projects.

Submitted Sessions

pt-table-checksum is a free tool which safely and efficiently verifies that data on MySQL replicas is identical to the master. Having inconsistent data on MySQL replicas is a well-known and rather common problem, yet many people who depend on MySQL replication never check for it. Moreover, inconsistent data can be an expensive problem, but the solution is free: pt-table-checksum.

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Percona Toolkit is a collection of more then 30 command-line tools for MySQL that automate a variety of MySQL and system tasks. With so many choices, it can be difficult knowing where to start: is pt-archiver safe? what is the relationship between pt-table-checksum and pt-table-sync? how does pt-online-schema-change work? etc.

An open-format BoF to discuss anything related to Percona Toolkit.

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