We got a great response to our Percona MySQL University event in Raleigh With about a week to go before event we’re around 90% full, so if you plan to attend do not delay your registration until last minute. Also if you have registered before but can’t attend at this point please release your ticket so we can accommodate as many people as possible.
I enjoyed being able to add metadata to a connection in Microsoft SQL Server. I’d annotate my connections so that a DBA could learn a little bit by inspecting it. For example, what was its purpose, and from which application did it originate? The employer where I did this wasn’t perfect at managing their database user accounts and so forth, and there were many servers with hundreds of databases on each server, so this was a good way to provide some extra hints.
Kihon (基本, きほん?) is a Japanese term meaning “basics” or “fundamentals.” The term is used to refer to the basic techniques that are taught and practiced as the foundation of most Japanese martial arts. — Wikipedia
I’m pleased to announce the first of the Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo 2013 keynote speakers and new sponsors including Amazon Web Services, Google, Clustrix, Scalebase, PalominoDB, Database Trends & Applications, and Linux Journal.
Ubuntu does not provide an apt-get repository package for MySQL 5.5 on this older OS, however this is still a widely used long term support version. The following steps will upgrade an existing MySQL 5.1 apt-get version to a standard MySQL 5.5 binary.
Since we’re very busy working on Percona Toolkit 2.2 and other projects, I thought 2.1.8 (the current latest Percona Toolkit release) would be the last release in that series, but it introduced a new bug in pt-heartbeat (despite all the tool’s tests) that I’d like to fix. A single bug fix is probably underkill for a full release (unless it’s a hotfix), so for 2.1.9 let’s fix whatever you want–our first* ever “bug raffle”.