In preparing for this month’s Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo, I’ve been reminiscing about the annual MySQL User Conference’s history – the 9 times it previously took place in its various reincarnations – and there are a lot of good things, fun things to remember. 2003 was the year that marked the first MySQL user conference […]
I started going over the slides from talks from MySQL Conference and Expo 2011 to pick set of must see presentations and publish the list, but this is not happening due to lack of time. Instead I’m only going to recommend 1 talk, from list of tutorials I had a chance to review. If you […]
This is the third in a series on what’s seriously limiting MySQL in core use cases (links: part 1, 2, 3). This post is about the way MySQL handles connections, allocating one thread per connection to the server.
So a while ago I wrote about fun post about MySQL Scalability to 256 way…. Besides discussion on the thread itself I had a lot of private comments in my mail from Sun/MySQL employees which tended to agree with me on this being the a large stretch.
As you may have recently seen there are some articles about scaling MySQL one 256-way system. I though wow did they really make it work, considering how many bottlenecks remain in MySQL. What article really tells us ?
If you’re following PlanetMySQL you’ve already seen Baron’s post about MySQL Conference which many of us just have returned from. It was great event as well as 5 conferences I’ve been before that, though however it more and more becomes MySQL marketing channel and business event rather than Users Conference as it originated. This Year […]
Reading Martens interview we see the quite: “As soon as the deal closed we immediately secured a big deal with a major European national police agency,” said Mickos, now SVP database products at Sun. “Key to them choosing MySQL was that we are now part of a much larger public corporation. The deal wouldn’t have […]
MySQL made some tasks from their internal task tracking tool – Worklog a while back. I just have not look at it besides checking Maria related tasks until couple of days ago as Jay announced new Forge going live. Check it out – there are a lot of nice ideas out where. I can find […]
Kaj wrote me email yesterday asking if I was sleeping for a whole week or may be dead because I’m probably the only one of people blogging about MySQL who has not commented about announced Sun – MySQL Deal. In fact I was just on extremely busy travel schedule last week, so I’m just finding […]
MySQL has a great feature called “Query Cache” which is quite helpful for MySQL Performance optimization tasks but there are number of things you need to know. First let me clarify what MySQL Query Cache is – I’ve seen number of people being confused, thinking MySQL Query Cache is the same as Oracle Query Cache […]