April 20, 2014

Profiling MySQL stored routines

These days I’m working with a customer who has an application based entirely on stored routines on MySQL side. Even though I haven’t worked much with stored procedures, I though it’s going to be a piece of cake. In the end – it was, but there’s a catch.

Is DNS the Achilles heel in your MySQL installation?

Do you have skip_name_resolve set in your /etc/my.cnf? If not, consider it. DNS works fine, until it doesn’t. Don’t let it catch you off guard. Do you really need to restrict MySQL users based on hostnames? If you don’t, you should probably disable this feature of MySQL’s authentication system. You never know when your hosting […]