Wednesday, September 16, 2015 12 PM EST / 4 PM GMT
Are you a Linux Admin who ‘also has’ MySQL DBA responsibilities but no DBA training? Do you wonder why databases are the problem children of all the software services you are responsible for? Then this webinar is for you. You’ll learn all about:
In a week's time I'll be speaking at Percona Live Amsterdam. I will be presenting:
Managing and Visualizing your replication topologies with Orchestrator
23 September 4:20PM
Several reports we’re published in the news about how easy it is to access data stored in some NoSQL systems, including MongoDB. This is not surprising because security was rather relaxed in earlier versions of MongoDB . This post lists some of the common vulnerabilities in MongoDB and Percona TokuMX.
Thanks to all who attended my webinar last week on Writing Application Code for MySQL High Availability. This blog is for me to address the extra questions I didn’t have time to answer on the stream.What do you think about using Galera Cluster but writing to a single Node with LVS ?Whatever HA strategy you like that can present a layer 3 or layer 4 to your application tier is fine. A lot of people using PXC us it in a single-writer (master/slave) kind of way.
I manage this blog myself. Not just the content, but also the technology it runs on. The systems & servers are from a hosting company called 1and1.com. And recently I had some serious problems. Join 31,000 others and follow Sean Hull on twitter @hullsean. The publishing platform wordpress, as a few versions out of date.
Another new year by Jewish calendar. What do I wish for the following year?
The existing online ALTER TABLE solution is still not there. It does not take into consideration the load on the server. In replication stream it's serialized just as any other statement. It's not easy to stop/revert in case of problem.
The latest version of MySQL Sakila SWAG is being beta tested this week at the Pacific Northwest PHP Conference.