(Tony Darnell) One of the best features of MySQL is the ability to use MySQL‘s built-in database replication feature to automatically replicate data from one server (source/master) to another (slave/replica).
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(Mahmoud Hatem) We already have seen how to gather overall MySQL server diagnostics information and how to trace a specific thread activity.
(Ahmed Bouchefra) Laravel 5.8 is recently released with many improvements so we’ll be learning, throughout this tutorial how to create an example REST API CRUD application from scratch.
(Mahmoud Hatem) In my last blog post we have seen how we can easily collect general MySQL status information using the sys.diagnostics() procedure. What about a single session/thread ?
(Mahmoud Hatem) Has MySQL a built-in way to easily take a look at the overall server status without the need to execute many different custom query or program ? Maybe something similar to an oracle AWR report ?
(Ashraf Sharif) ProxySQL is an intelligent and high-performance SQL proxy which supports MySQL, MariaDB and ClickHouse.
(Ahmed Bouchefra) In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily add a complete authentication system to your Django application with login, logout and password change and reset functionalities.
(Alkin Tezuysal) In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to test Kubernetes locally on OSX/macOS. Testing Kubernetes without having access to a cloud operator in a local lab is not as easy as it sounds.
(Olivier Dasini) When thinking about security within a MySQL installation, you should consider a wide range of possible procedures / best practices and how they affect the security of your MySQL server and related applications.
(Geir Hoydalsvik) In this post we describe MySQL connections, user threads, and scaling. We hope that an increased understanding of how MySQL works will help application developers and system administrators to make good choices and trade-offs.