BTW - note Rows Sent here not being equal to rows examined while in reality they should be exactly the same for this benchmark. This is the approximate accounting of Performance Schema in action, though.
Now compare it to the sample for the same query in the slow query log in Percona Server SET timestamp=1392071614; SELECT c from sbtest where id=387872; # Time: 140210 17:33:34.837517 # User@Host: root[root] @ localhost  Id: 95 # Schema: sbtest Last_errno: 0 Killed: 0 # Query_time: …
…quick configuration examples to demonstrate how you can get the tool up and running in 5 minutes. Btw. I think configuration examples can be really useful as documentation is bit unclear about some of it's aspects.
After we are successful with installing latest Innotop, simply type ‘innotop' command in our terminal and this is what most likely you will see: [RO] Dashboard (? for help) localhost, 0.00, 0 QPS, 0/0/0 con/run/cac thds, !localhost Uptime …
…default go to response that I've seen since working with Rails (that's DRY btw), this idea exploded. Note that I actually have NO data to back this up; it's just speculation. Regardless of the actual cause, I now see code like the following: before_filter :find_posts, except: [:show] before_filter :find_post, only: [:show] before_filter :find_commenters, only: [:show]
def index() end
def my_posts() @ posts = @posts.created_by(current_user) end
def show() end
Happily, there are many ways to productize your relationships with customers or your expertise as a consultant.
[ Patrick notes : The transcript below has my commentary inserted like this, as usual.]
What you'll learn in this podcast:
Why having multiple packaging options (for example, …
Keith Perhac and I are back with the 5th epsiode of the Kalzumeus podcast.
Keith and I both have experience working as consultants in software development and online marketing. People often ask us how to transition away from the feast-or-famine nature of freelancing, where you do very well when you're delivering engagements and getting them paid quickly, and then do very poorly when work dries up or you have invoice collection issues. One way to improve on this is building recurring …
BTW, using div operator is not necessarily the best way to split data, you may want these to be ranges by using a helper table in sql_query_range or something else, depending on how your data looks like.to define those ranges, mixing it with
I always loved howscales out easily with as many machines you need and have been running it this way for many years now, however I think I don't utilize this feature to make queries even faster on a one-machine …
…knowledge about the new science of entrepreneurship has gone global, startup ecosystems are always local. ( BTW, you can read more about why in Brad .) 's new book, Startup Communities
We're grateful to the simulcast hosts, who have been enthusiastic about the chance to have people gather and discuss Lean Startup ideas. Eric Harper in, , for instance, told us that the "event helped to build our community and provided some substantive …
§ Git Is . Once you understand the fundamentals, everything else falls into place. Than You Think
…the moment, it's the first two conditions that are the hardest to meet. Assays can often be developed using antibodies and/or aptamers (really cool technology, BTW), and for a proof-of-principle it should be possible to start with diabetes patients who have to sample their blood periodically anyway. The use of saliva or urine samples would be nice, but unfortunately most biomarkers will be in the blood...
We're at the brink of truly personalizing medicine and health.
Back in 2003, I wrote a post about designing the blank slate . BTW : The web-based application mentioned in the post was the original version of which wasn't released until 2004.
The blank slate is the initial state of an application right after someone signs up. It's blank, there's no data, no photos, no content at all. A bad blank slate is like someone opening the door and just staring at you uncomfortably. A great blank slate is like someone opening the door, smiling, and warmly welcoming you inside.