I’ve used active noise-cancelling headphones for over ten years now, and have owned several pairs of Bose, one of Sony, and most recently a pair of Sennheiser headphones. The Sennheisers are my favorites. I thought I’d write down why I’ve gone through so many sets of cans and what I like and dislike about them.
The UC schedule has been published and there are several talks from the database teams at Facebook.
Compressed tables is an example of an InnoDB feature that became available with the “Barracuda” file format, released with InnoDB 1.1. They can bring significant gains in raw performance and scalability – given the data is stored in a compressed format the amount of memory and disk space necessary to hold it and move it around (disk/memory) is lower, thus making them attractive for servers equipped with SSD drives of smaller capacity.
So how would a DBA set up a system to expire the password of interactive MySQL users? Some kind folks have been reading the last few entries of this blog and asked me to flesh out how to go from concept to production and we will work this out together (feedback please!) over the next few postings.