If you use a Mac, and you are dealing with many similar tasks at once, like examining many database servers in different terminals, you may like this one.
I have been using iTerm 2 for a while, and my handling of parallel tasks has improved a lot. (No, I am not talking about Parallel replication, although I have applied this trick while testing that technology as well.)
In a few weeks, I will be on the road, for an intense set of presentations in the USA.
I will start the tour at the San Francisco MySQL User Group. On April 7, at 6pm I will talk about Advanced MySQL replication for the masses. This talk will explore topics such as bi-directional replication, multiple sources, parallel replication, seamless failover, with the help of Tungsten replicator.
Welcome to the weekly roundup and progress report. What’s new this week in Percona Server: As you might have seen, we released Percona Server 5.1.55-12.6. This release also updated our repositories for Debian Squeeze. We’re enhancing the PROCESSLIST to include columns for rows examined, sent, and read. This can be useful for understanding how much [...]
The title of the talk is “How better indexes save you money”. Saving money? Hey sure thing :) I’m in Ronald.
For those of you who do not know Ronald Bradford, he’s an Oracle Ace Director in the MySQL field, a long time community contributor and a MySQL expert.
For all those in New York this is an upcoming MySQL presentation held in conjunction with our colleagues at General Assembly on March 22nd 2011.
I’ll be speaking at IOUG’s Collaborate conference in Florida the week of April 10-14. My session is called MySQL Performance Basics. For those who know MySQL, this won’t be exciting, but if you’re new to it, I hope it will be a good orientation to what you should focus on and ignore.
Fragmentation can leave large holes in your table, blocks which must be read when scanning the table. Optimizing your table can make full table scans and range scans more efficient.