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Poor pt-heartbeat 2.1: it was perfectly fine through
href="http://www.percona.com/downloads/percona-toolkit/2.1.7/" target="_blank">Percona Toolkit 2.1.7, but it’s had a rough life since. Its troubles are finally over as of Percona Toolkit
title="Percona Toolkit 2.1.10 is now available" href="http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/2013/07/18/percona-toolkit-2-1-10-is-now-available/">2.1.10. At a conference recently, a user joked to me that “
Dr Charles Bell and I recently presented a webinar on MySQL Utilities; there was a heavy focus on what you can acheive with them and how you should use them. In case you couldn’t attend or want to listen to some of the details again, the replay from that webinar is available here.
If we have InnoDB pages there are two ways to learn how many records they contain:
PAGE_N_RECS field in the page header
Count records while walking over the list of records from infimum to supremum
href="http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/2013/04/25/finally-how-to-verify-if-all-mysql-records-were-recovered/">some previous revision of
href="https://launchpad.net/percona-data-recovery-tool-for-innodb">the recovery tool a short summary was added to a dump which is produced by the constraints_parser.
I’ll be presenting the keynote for Wednesday’s (31st July) MySQL Virtual Developer Day. The idea behind this event is that you get half a day of on-line presentations as well as live Q&A. My session focuses on what’s new in MySQL – in particular MySQL 5.6 and MySQL Cluster 7.3.
Percona is glad to announce the release of
href="http://www.percona.com/software/percona-monitoring-plugins/" target="_blank">Percona Monitoring Plugins 1.0.4. The components are designed to integrate seamlessly with widely deployed solutions such as Nagios and Cacti, and are delivered in the form of templates, plugins, and scripts.
It was once said that “real artists ship.” In looking over the history of Percona software releases, we are currently shipping more software than ever before.
First, let’s look at Percona Server. Let’s look at all major versions: 5.1, 5.5 and 5.6 as well as the total for each year. The estimate for 2013 comes from assuming the second half of 2013 is similar to the first half.
I'm happy with common_schema; it is in fact a tool I use myself on an almost daily basis. I'm also happy to see that it gains traction; which is why I'm exposing a little bit of my thoughts on general future development. I'd love to get feedback.
At this moment, common_schema supports MySQL >= 5.1, all variants. This includes 5.5, 5.6, MySQL, Percona Server & MariaDB.