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Log Buffer #241, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

World has opened up in San Fransisco with the database bangs. MySQL and Oracle databases have scintillated the hearts of developers, DBAs, technology aficionados, and the mere spectators. That and plethora of news has also poured in from SQLServer melas. This Log Buffer Edition is proud to shed spotlight on all these happenings in this Log Buffer #241.

How Oracle Has Done Nothing to Change MySQL

Last night at the Oracle OpenWorld MySQL Community Reception, there were lots of old and new friends milling about.  It occurred to me that there is one very important thing Oracle has NOT changed about the MySQL world – the rock stars and higher-ups are still readily accessible. One of the things I love about…

Liveblogging at OOW: State of the Dolphin

Thomas Ulin, VP of MySQL Enginnering, speaks about “State of the Dolphin” at 2011 Oracle OpenWorld.  There are some pretty cool new features in MySQL 5.6 development milestone release 2, and they are all quite stable, which is exciting.  They want to add more features before going GA with MySQL 5.6, but the ones in…

Call for Papers for Collaborate ends tomorrow!

The call for papers for Collaborate ends tomorrow, Friday October 14th.  Collaborate is Sunday, April 22nd through Thursday April 26th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.  This year the folks scheduling the MySQL Conference and Expohave smartly chosen not to conflict, and in fact they are 2 weeks apart. Collaborate is the…

Rounding Errors in MYSQL with DECIMAL Type

It seems to be assumed that fixed-point values, DECIMAL and NUMERIC, in MySQL are not susceptible to rounding errors because they are exact numeric data types. It must be kept it mind, that there are limits in precision, and the maximum number of digits for DECIMAL is 65. What I am discussing here is rounding error.

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