Tag: MySQL

Log Buffer #220, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

When big news is released, the world of modern information shakes – and nowhere is this more visible than with the blogs. Log Buffer is the ideal joint for the shakers and movers of the blogosphere. This edition Log Buffer #220 sheds a spotlight on those hot spots.

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Replication Issues: Never purge logs before slave catches them!!

A customer contacted us regarding a problem with one of their replication servers. We found they had deleted some binary logs from the master and relay logs from the slave to release space. It is not a good idea to delete logs that aren’t cached by the slave, in case they are needed. At least keep relay logs in slave to keep the replication working.

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Log Buffer #219, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

There are plethora of thrilling business software trends on the horizon as the summer of 2011 starts. Many of these will significantly impact IT organizations seeking to align IT operations with business objectives. Awareness of such trends can help you to keep ahead of the competition. What better way to get abreast of these trends in a nutshell than the Log Buffer? Log Buffer #219 is in your hands to enjoy.

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Log Buffer #218, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Oracle’s assault on the global market goes on with full might and as it adds new products in it’s array, SQL Server also strives hard to get the attention of people through various public appearances, and MySQL is also not behind as its growing array of bloggers marches on. This week’s Log Buffer casts a shadow on some selective blogs from these three technology in its latest edition Log Buffer #218.

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Log Buffer #217, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Clouds are dispersing and the sun has started shining through. On the IT horizon, the cloud of Amazon has also dispersed and that is the biggest news of the previous week. Well clouds are elastic and they congregate and become solid after dispersion, and so Amazon will be fine too. And our blogosphere is fine too and here is the latest report about them in this week’s edition Log Buffer #217.

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Log Buffer #216, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Log Buffer has become the mainstream carnival of the Oracle blogosphere. Technological advances in Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server and other database systems, more and more conferences, and increasing numbers of bloggers are making log buffering more and more interesting, and this week’s edition Log Buffer #216 is a clear manifestation of that.

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Handling Human Errors

I saw an Interesting question on preventing human error posted on the DBA Managers Forum discussions today. I typed my thoughts and as I was finishing, I thought that it makes sense to post it on the blog too, so here we go…

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MySQL Backup Concepts for (Linux) System Administrators – Part 1

In this blog post, I will cover 3 basic types of MySQL backups for stand-alone database systems. I will not be covering fancy GUI applications, or really complicated processes – just the basic concepts – which is what I think System Administrators (ie – non DBA’s) need to know to have a good/valid backup.

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Log Buffer #215, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

In order to appreciate the springing blogging innovations, this week’s Log Buffer, Log Buffer #215 picks some of the flowers just for you.

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Pythian Q2 2011 Speaking: MySQL Conference, Collaborate, & more

Look for the Pythian team at one of the following popular database industry events in Q2, 2011.

We’d like to hear from you. If you have any feedback on our sessions, please send your comments directly to the speaker, or to Vanessa Simmons, Pythian Director of Marketing.

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