(Peter Zaitsev) This blog post discusses how better MySQL 8.0 benchmarks can improve MySQL in general.
Tag: Open Source
(Erick Dennis) I currently work for a German social networking site for business professionals called XING. As you can probably imagine, a member base of double-digit millions of users produces some pretty large amounts of data. Fortunately, for the Engineering Team this provides us with a never-end
(Deepa Dixit) MySQL Test Run or MTR for short, is a MySQL test program. It was developed to ensure that the MySQL server’s operation is as expected whether it be in terms of testing the functionality of new features or integrity of the old.
(Wagner Bianchi) This blog continues the ongoing series on daily operations and GTID replication.
(Peter Gulutzan) It is the business of educated people to speak so that no-one may be able to tell in what county their childhood was passed. — A. Burrell, A Handbook for Teachers in Public Elementary School, 1891
(Peter Zaitsev) In this blog post, I’ll discuss how to use the InnoDB buffer pool pre-load feature in MySQL 5.7
(Morgan Tocker) In the MySQL team, one of our focuses over the last few releases has been improving the usability of the MySQL Server for operations teams. The results can be seen in a number of areas:
(Simon Mudd) While headlines likes this are really silly I thought it might be worth sharing some experience with 8.0.0 on a few servers I use. I tend to test new versions of MySQL first as a slave.
(Vlad Mihalcea) I read a very interesting article by Krešimir Nesek regarding MySQL result set streaming when it comes to reducing memory usage.
(Shinguz) As you probably know MySQL is an Open Source product licensed under the GPL v2. The GPL grants you the right to not just read and understand the code of the product but also to use, modify AND redistribute the code as long as you follow the GPL rules.