Daniel and I and the Percona release engineering team are proud to announce version 1.0.1 of Percona Toolkit. This toolkit is Percona’s suite of DBA and sysadmin productivity tools for MySQL. It is the successor to the popular Maatkit and Aspersa toolkits. Percona Toolkit is available for immediate download at percona.com/downloads/percona-toolkit/. Helpful links: Reference Manual [...]
Percona XtraBackup 1.6 is now available for download and is the current stable release version of XtraBackup.
Percona XtraBackup 1.5-Beta is now available for download. This release adds additional functionality to Percona XtraBackup 1.4, the current general availability version of XtraBackup. This is aÂ beta release. Functionality Added or Changed Support for MySQL 5.5 databases has been implemented.Â (Yasufumi Kinoshita) XtraBackup can now be built from the MySQL 5.1.52, MySQL 5.5.7, or Percona Server [...]
I’ve been talking and writing a bit lately about the scaling problems I’m seeing on fast servers running lots of queries. As a rough guide, I’m seeing this in servers running 20k queries per second and higher, lots of memory, lots of CPU cores, and most queries are running faster than one millisecond; some in [...]
Many Percona employees will be at the 2010 MySQL conference. We’ll be giving a lot of informative technical talks on various topics. Here’s a list: Morgan Tocker, Baron Schwartz: Diagnosing and Fixing MySQL Performance Problems Peter Zaitsev: Scaling Applications with Caching, Sharding and Replication Baron Schwartz: EXPLAIN Demystified Vadim Tkachenko: An Overview of Flash Storage [...]
Daniel Nichter, the author of several very useful MySQL tools, has joined with Percona to continue to improve Maatkit — the “other” toolkit we rely on daily. Daniel is a skilled Perl programmer who understands MySQL. He is in a perfect position to move the project forward on a more regular basis than I’ve been [...]
To get this straight – I’m not a big fan of filtered or partial MySQL Replication (as of version MySQL 5.0) – there is enough gotchas with replication itself and getting things right with filtering can get quite bumpy road. In some applications however it is very helpful so lets see what one should do [...]