Mar 22, 2013
Percona Live University - Toronto
Kenny Gryp, Principal Architect
Troubleshooting MySQL doesn't need to involve trial-and-error, and it doesn't need to take a long time. You need only two things: a good process and good tools. This session will show you an approach that the speaker has used to solve many frustrating problems quickly, and opensource tools that assist this process. The tools especially include key tools from Percona Toolkit, designed to help diagnose problems that can't be observed directly.
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