Tag: MySQL

How I Find MySQL Fragmentation

Sarah Novotny recently posted InnoDB Tablespace Fragmentation – Find it and Fix it, so I thought I would share how I determine MySQL fragmentation. This works for MyISAM and InnoDB tables, and will work whether or not innodb_file_per_table is in…

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How I Find MySQL Fragmentation

Sarah Novotny recently posted InnoDB Tablespace Fragmentation – Find it and Fix it, so I thought I would share how I determine MySQL fragmentation.  This works for MyISAM and InnoDB tables, and will work whether or not innodb_file_per_table is in…

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OpenSQLCamp Boston in Detail

In short: Register / see who’s coming Schedule (will be filled in with presentations before Saturday noon) Session ideas (45-minute sessions) Friday, October 15th – 6-10 pm, WorkBar Boston, 711 Atlantic Ave, Boston, in the basement.  Socializing, swag, raffles, dinner, beer…

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Slow Query Log in MySQL 5.1 Cheat Sheet

I try to eliminate warnings and errors in the error log as much as possible – not just fixing actual issues, but also to eliminate the noise in the error log.  As I have been doing 5.1 upgrades lately, I…

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Log Buffer #203, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Welcome to Log Buffer. The weekly roundup of posts, and news of what’s happening in the database world.

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Videos of MySQL presentations at MySQL Sunday and Oracle Open World

At the last minute Giuseppe convinced me to bring my video cameras, and so I was able to get some of the presentations at MySQL Sunday recorded, as well as some of the MySQL related presentations at Oracle OpenWorld.  As usual,…

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Call for Papers for the O’Reilly MySQL Conference

The call for papers for the O’Reilly MySQL Conference is now open, and closes October 25th.  Submit your proposal now at http://en.oreilly.com/mysql2011/user/proposal/propose/cfp/126!

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MySQL 5.5 is now in RC, and will be GA soon!

Earlier this year, the beta of MySQL 5.5 was announced.  We all felt excited about the changes in 5.5, especially the large performance improvements.  However, many of us proceeded with caution; version 5.4 was previously announced with similar fanfare and…

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Liveblogging: Leveraging Hadoop to Augment MySQL Deployments by Sarah Sproehnle, Cloudera, Hadoop Instructor

Sarah Sproehnle is an excellent speaker, so I was excited to see her speak aboutHadoop, which I know very little about…so here’s the liveblogging: Hadoop is an “open source framework for storing and processing data on a cluster of computers.”  Processing…

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Sheeri has joined PalominoDB

About six weeks ago I posted about leaving Pythian. I had a month off in which I spent quality time with my husband, including packing up our apartment to move two blocks away. I also spent some time doing some…

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