MySQL

Release 1.1.2 of MySQL Plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g/11g

This release is just a quick bug fix release of an older 1.1.1 version of the plug-in. It’s long overdue but I’ve managed to fix “” problem only couple weeks ago. I’ve distributed the new version to the folks who have reached out to me by email of via blog reporting the issue in the past few months and they all confirmed that the new version is working fine so I’m releasing it now.

Log Buffer #260, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Nothing pleases the technology bloggers more than the moment when somebody thank them for a helpful blog entry. That is one of the many awesome advantages of the technology blogs. In database arena, the developers, DBAs and evangelists are sharing their tips and tricks through their blogs and this Log Buffer Edition is projecting them…

Performance Optimization for MyISAM Compressed Tables

Database performance optimization is a significant part of the ongoing service we provide for our clients. We recently found that a client had a query they performed regularly that was drastically slowing the system as a whole, and we investigated to see if we could help them resolve the issue. The symptoms were confusing: though the server configuration was…

Log Buffer #258, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Database blogging is more than about announcing that your last night’s backup was successful. While that’s extremely important to keep track of, the database world across Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server technologies has grown way beyond. This Log Buffer Edition also extends beyond and more in this Log Buffer #258.

HP Cloud starts to Rain!

So HP Cloud is finally yielding for some beta rain since their announcement late September. It started late September when I signed up for private beta testing. Two weeks ago, I got invited to join the beta and start testing the platform, here’s whats offered.

Continuous Deployment Architecture For Ruby on Rails

We have seen agile development become more popular in recent years thanks in part to the evolution of continuous integration environments like Ruby on Rails.  These development frameworks leverage quick testing and the ability to easily deploy over clusters. As deployments happen more often, we look for ways to minimize the disruption to users. Cluster architecture already contains the components…

Log Buffer #257, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

With new year many new projects, new technologies, new frameworks and new ideas are springing up at the speed of light and bloggers in the database arena are keeping up with this pace and this Log Buffer Edition is also living up to that pace and covers some of those posts in Log Buffer #257.

Log Buffer #256, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Searching for the blogging inspiration? On the look-out for that Eureka moment for your next blockbuster blog post? Finding the exact ingredients for your dream rambling? Well in the Log Buffer Edition, there are some awe-inspiring posts in this Log Buffer #256. Get Inspired, keep blogging.

Master/Slave Replication In Limited Bandwidth Scenarios

Database replication is quite an important component of the database architectures of many of our clients. Managed properly, it offers real-time redundancy and fault-tolerance, and allows for increased scalability. When replication goes wrong, however, it can turn into a morass of data conflicts, lag and strange little mysteries to distract your DBA team. PalominoDB recently…

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