Log Buffer #204, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
Oct 29, 2010 / By Vanessa Simmons
Welcome to Log Buffer, the weekly roundup of happenings in the database world.
Lots to cover this week, so let’s get on with Log Buffer #204. Enjoy!
Pythian’s Gwen Shapira dabbles with MySQL and explores MySQL troubleshooting for the Oracle DBA.
Venkat Janakiraman explores how connectivity works for BI EE 11g on Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2008.
Sheeri Cabral shares how she determines MySQL fragmentation.
Baron Schwartz posts the third in a series of posts on MySQL limitations – one thread per connection. In case you missed them, part 1 covered single-threaded replication, part 2, the binary log, and part 3, subqueries.
On In Recovery, Paul S. Randal invites readers to participate in a survey to determine wait times on systems. Chime in with your feedback by commenting on his blog post or sending him an email after reading the instructions. Paul is also calling for participants for T-SQL Tuesday #12 – Why are DBA skills necessary.
And lastly in Postgres news, PG West 2010 is happening next week. There are a number of posts on the need for replication in PostgreSQL 9.0. Joshua Drake stirred the pot, responded and created a Replication poll to find out what you really think. Cast your vote!
Happy Haunting weekend.
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