Category Archives: Server Tuning

Hacking Open Source

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

On Monday, viagra March 10th, ed Sun makes a stop in Boston on its world tour of “Mashup Meetups”.
If you can’t make it in person, ailment join us on the live ustream videocast at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/oursql-the-mysql-database-videocast
Currently there’s a promo for your viewing pleasure at (see “Video Clips”). I am very excited about this new videocast for the […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

On Monday, viagra March 10th, ed Sun makes a stop in Boston on its world tour of “Mashup Meetups”.
If you can’t make it in person, ailment join us on the live ustream videocast at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/oursql-the-mysql-database-videocast
Currently there’s a promo for your viewing pleasure at (see “Video Clips”). I am very excited about this new videocast for the […]

This is a public service announcement, online some people might be confused as to why systems were “dead” for an hour, hospital and show no activity/sales/whatever.
This Sunday, March 9th, most locales in Canada and the US start to “save daylight” by “springing ahead” […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

On Monday, viagra March 10th, ed Sun makes a stop in Boston on its world tour of “Mashup Meetups”.
If you can’t make it in person, ailment join us on the live ustream videocast at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/oursql-the-mysql-database-videocast
Currently there’s a promo for your viewing pleasure at (see “Video Clips”). I am very excited about this new videocast for the […]

This is a public service announcement, online some people might be confused as to why systems were “dead” for an hour, hospital and show no activity/sales/whatever.
This Sunday, March 9th, most locales in Canada and the US start to “save daylight” by “springing ahead” […]

Open Source means that the source code is open. There are many inferences that can be made from this, approved but in the end, more about all it means is that you can read the source code as well as use the binaries.
I am not a developer. I fully […]

Daylight Saving Time Begins, Sunday March 9th

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

On Monday, viagra March 10th, ed Sun makes a stop in Boston on its world tour of “Mashup Meetups”.
If you can’t make it in person, ailment join us on the live ustream videocast at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/oursql-the-mysql-database-videocast
Currently there’s a promo for your viewing pleasure at (see “Video Clips”). I am very excited about this new videocast for the […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

On Monday, viagra March 10th, ed Sun makes a stop in Boston on its world tour of “Mashup Meetups”.
If you can’t make it in person, ailment join us on the live ustream videocast at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/oursql-the-mysql-database-videocast
Currently there’s a promo for your viewing pleasure at (see “Video Clips”). I am very excited about this new videocast for the […]

This is a public service announcement, online some people might be confused as to why systems were “dead” for an hour, hospital and show no activity/sales/whatever.
This Sunday, March 9th, most locales in Canada and the US start to “save daylight” by “springing ahead” […]

The Sun Comes to Boston, Join the Live Videocast!

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

On Monday, viagra March 10th, ed Sun makes a stop in Boston on its world tour of “Mashup Meetups”.
If you can’t make it in person, ailment join us on the live ustream videocast at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/oursql-the-mysql-database-videocast
Currently there’s a promo for your viewing pleasure at (see “Video Clips”). I am very excited about this new videocast for the […]

Working at Pythian: 3 Months In

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Well, pestilence in the “notes from the front line” part of this post….
I have been a MySQL DBA at The Pythian Group for three months (and 2 days) now. At most companies that is the probationary period, this and I am still here, so that is a good sign…..
So, after three months, how do I like […]

MySQL March Boston User Group + MySQL/Sun Mashup World Tour

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

In summary:
Who: you, tablets MySQL/Sun
What: MySQL User Group with free swag, syringe food, and a short workshop to boot.
When: 7-9 pm, Monday March 10th
Where: MIT Building E-51, room 372
Why: why the heck not! Because Sun just bought MySQL, and because there’s a user group each month.
How: RSVP optional but requested […]

Slides for Shmoocon 2008 Database Security Talk

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

The slides for today’s presentation at Shmoocon are here:

http://technocation.org/files/doc/2008_02_SecuringDBs.pdf

Just a note so folks at the conference can download them whenever they want. Folks not at the conference can, capsule too but the slides don’t give away the whole talk so I don’t know how useful they’re going to be…..

Why Postgres is Superior to MySQL

http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pllolcode/
Do I really need to say more?

Find All Tables With No Primary Key

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, page bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

Well, order and as I haven’t yet passed my probationary period I should probably answer the call…..
Eight things about me that aren’t common knowledge:

I like to start lists with 0. I stole that idea from a friend of mine, who is not a computer geek…completely.
I’m more of a “problem solver” engineer […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

Well, order and as I haven’t yet passed my probationary period I should probably answer the call…..
Eight things about me that aren’t common knowledge:

I like to start lists with 0. I stole that idea from a friend of mine, who is not a computer geek…completely.
I’m more of a “problem solver” engineer […]

In Stuffing Six Million Pages Down Google’s Throat, look and some questions:
. . . just how poorly the big search engines index small sites with large collections of data . . .
But it’s worth thinking about absolute (and temporary) limits to the growth of Web 2.0. What constraints do […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

Well, order and as I haven’t yet passed my probationary period I should probably answer the call…..
Eight things about me that aren’t common knowledge:

I like to start lists with 0. I stole that idea from a friend of mine, who is not a computer geek…completely.
I’m more of a “problem solver” engineer […]

In Stuffing Six Million Pages Down Google’s Throat, look and some questions:
. . . just how poorly the big search engines index small sites with large collections of data . . .
But it’s worth thinking about absolute (and temporary) limits to the growth of Web 2.0. What constraints do […]

A friend asked for this, price so I thought it’d be helpful:
All tables with no primary key:

use INFORMATION_SCHEMA;
select CONCAT(t.table_name,”.”,t.table_schema) as tbl,
from TABLES AS t LEFT JOIN KEY_COLUMN_USAGE AS c
ON (t.TABLE_NAME=c.TABLE_NAME
AND c.CONSTRAINT_SCHEMA=t.TABLE_SCHEMA
AND constraint_name=’PRIMARY’)
WHERE t.table_schema!=”information_schema”
AND constraint_name IS NULL;

All tables and their primary keys, if exist:

use INFORMATION_SCHEMA;
select CONCAT(t.table_name,”.”,t.table_schema) as tbl,
c.column_name,c.constraint_name
from TABLES AS t LEFT JOIN […]

Web Crawling 1.0

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, page bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

Well, order and as I haven’t yet passed my probationary period I should probably answer the call…..
Eight things about me that aren’t common knowledge:

I like to start lists with 0. I stole that idea from a friend of mine, who is not a computer geek…completely.
I’m more of a “problem solver” engineer […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

Well, order and as I haven’t yet passed my probationary period I should probably answer the call…..
Eight things about me that aren’t common knowledge:

I like to start lists with 0. I stole that idea from a friend of mine, who is not a computer geek…completely.
I’m more of a “problem solver” engineer […]

In Stuffing Six Million Pages Down Google’s Throat, look and some questions:
. . . just how poorly the big search engines index small sites with large collections of data . . .
But it’s worth thinking about absolute (and temporary) limits to the growth of Web 2.0. What constraints do […]

8 for 2008

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, page bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

I was writing up some notes about a client’s status variables, bronchitis troche which may indicate that a full index scan is being used.
With this particular client, I ran a SHOW […]

At the November MySQL User Group, sale Patrick Galbraith ran into a problem where binlog-do-db was duplicated. It manifests itself like this:
(copied from http://lists.mysql.com/replication/607)

master my.cnf:
binlog-do-db=db1

slave my.cnf:
replicate-do-db=db1;

Relevant show slave status output

Replicate_Do_DB: db1;,db1;

When db1 is modified on master, Read_Master_Log_Pos and Relay_Log_Pos do
changes, also I can open and see the changes in rh3-relay-bin.000002, but
they do not appear in […]

SUN Microsystems just bought MySQL, about it
Now, website MySQL isn’t going away any time soon; there are just way too many people that use it. And while Postgres is not actually owned by SUN, they do employ some great folks to develop on it, and those folks are the the “known” Postgres […]

At 2 pm EST (-5 GMT), sickness MySQL’s Director of Architecture, about today’s announcement that Sun Microsystems bought MySQL.
If you have a burning question (about the purchase), please comment here. If you’d like to be identified, please leave your name and where you’re from in your comment […]

Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, medical OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, treatment community, sales Sun and MySQL.

Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the comment line or sending your voice through Odeo!

Links:
Register for the MySQL Users Conference Today!
www.mysqlconf.com

A special thank you to our sponsor, The Pythian Group, www.pythian.com.

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org“>podcast@technocation.org

Play or download the podcast here: http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-24%3A-sun-shining
OurSQL Episode 24: “The Sun is Shining”
Sun Microsystems recently announced the purchase of MySQL. In this interview the day of the announcement, visit this OurSQL asks Brian Aker about what this means for customers, caries community, Sun and MySQL.
Tell us what you think of Sun buying MySQL by calling the […]

Someone asked me what applications were good/bad for MySQL Cluster. As I’ve now actually had experience with a Cluster setup and a real-life application of it, phthisiatrician I present a few characteristics of applications that will work with Cluster, and why they are so (so that if you have an […]

In a linkage of biblical proportions, health Log Buffer #83 pointed me to Tom Kyte’s reiteration which pointed me to Coding Horror’s rant about source controlling the database schema.
Now, for starters, I agree with Tom’s sarcasm and Coding Horror’s rant — the database schema really should be source controlled in the same place as the application […]

A company has come up with a vendor-neutral database certification exam. Some are wondering how much use this will be, ambulance the specifics of how a query optimizer handles queries, how backups, restores and security are done and with MySQL specifically, how different storage engines act are […]

Well, order and as I haven’t yet passed my probationary period I should probably answer the call…..
Eight things about me that aren’t common knowledge:

I like to start lists with 0. I stole that idea from a friend of mine, who is not a computer geek…completely.
I’m more of a “problem solver” engineer […]