Tag: MySQL

How to Verify If a Slave Running in MySQL 5.7

Derek Downey, OSDB Practice Advocate at Pythian, explains how to verify that a Slave is running in MySQL 5.7.

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Creating An External Slave For A Live AWS Aurora Instance

Kevin Markwardt, MySQL Database Consultant at Pythian, explains how to set up an external slave for a live Amazon AWS Aurora instance.

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Log Buffer #482: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Fahd Mirza, Oracle Database Administrator at Pythian, highlights top blogs posts in the worlds of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.

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Eight Ways To Ensure Your Applications Are Enterprise-Ready

Elliot Zissman, Managing Director at Pythian, provides practical tips to ensure your organization’s applications are enterprise-ready.

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Quick Random Data In MySQL

Valerie Parham Thompson, Lead Database Consultant at Pythian, provides some sql statements to get some quick random data in MySQL.

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Can We Just Dump Data From A View Using Mysqldump?

Edwin Wang, MySQL DBA at Pythian, discusses dumping data from a view using Mysqldump.

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Exploring The Operations Log In MongoDB

Igor Donchovski, Database Consultant at Pythian, explains the MongoDB Operations log. Discover how the replication window compares to MySQL, how to change the oplog size, and what is improved in MongoDB 3.0 wiredTiger engine.

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Things To Consider When Deciding On A Primary Key For Your INNODB Table

Peter Sylvester, Lead Database Consultant at Pythian, explains why you should consider explicitly defining a primary key, and how it should be formed.

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Understanding MySQL Fabric Faulty Server Detection

Gabriel Ciciliani, MySQL Lead Database Consultant at Pythian, explains MySQL Fabric faulty server detection.

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Log Buffer #475: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

This Log Buffer Edition highlights top blogs posts in the worlds of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.

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