The bread and butter of relationalfor and developers, the MySQL plugin integrates key DB performance and throughput metrics into your dashboard. Metrics include things like the number of active connections on your server, network traffic between your servers, and read/write operations. From a performance perspective the plugin shows the main queries executed by your DB instance, highlighting the ones with the slowest time. Learn more or get the MySQL…
…( Facebook Engineer): "You can tune # to perform very fast per node if you know what you're doing."
Jesper Nordenberg : is good at hiding the real complexities of programming and introducing incidental ones.
@ : It's true, I'm a hardware nerd. I love servers, not gonna lie.
I see a lot of people comming out of the server closet these days ( Kyle Brandt ). Be proud!
Ruby & HandlerSocket
HandlerSocket ships with a libhsclient ) for which there are …library (
Creating a local MySQL database.
Setting up a virtual host for the local web server.
At each step, craft-master asks a series of basic questions, gathering the necessary information to complete that portion of Craft's setup. Much easier than doing all that work by hand.
Craft is written in PHP so wouldn't it have made sense to write a set of tools in PHP? That's an excellent question!
The answer is entirely practical. I'm much more comfortable writing …
In a way, building IT infrastructure isn't particularly exciting. Want to turn aserver into a MySQL database server? Enter some commands to install MySQL. Congratulations, you have successfully used some data ( yum -y install mysql ) to change the generic primitive (the out-of-the-box operating system). Much of our infrastructure is built the same way.
attributes , or …takes this idea to its logical conclusion by formalizing the relationship between data (
Prior to bundler, this is what you would do on snow-leopard to install: $ sudo env ARCHFLAGS= "-arch x86_64" gem install mysql -- --with-mysql- config= /usr/ local /mysql/bin/mysql_config
With bundler, there is no command line option that I could find that I can pass to "bundle install" command. Having been in the loop around bundler, I knew that such OS specific options don't go in and have to be specified in user specific files such as …
Support for popular extensions including sqlite3-ruby,, , yajl-ruby (and the obligatory "much, much more.")
compilation (a la ) for über-performance
It doesn't work on(yet)
The How:1.0 Running
Sorry to sound like a broken record but.. the best way to get Rubinius 1.0 running is to use RVM ( Ruby Version Manager)! has already been updated to support …'s
Let's say MySQL's acting funky. We can easily restart it: brew services restart mysql Stopping `mysql`... (might take a while) ==> Successfully stopped `mysql` (label: homebrew.mxcl.mysql) ==> Successfully started `mysql` (label: homebrew.mxcl.mysql)
Now let's see everything we've loaded: $ brew services list redis started 442 /Users/gabe/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.redis.plist postgresql started 443 /Users/gabe/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.postgresql.plist …
Command: [source:ruby] rake db:create [/source]
Error: [source:ruby] rake aborted! uninitialized constant MysqlCompat:: MysqlRes [/source]
Solution: Compile the bundled mysql gem with correct options. That is, locate your mysql_config and create a ...
There was once or twice where bad data caused MySQL queries to return huge volumes of data, spiking various graphs and resulting in miserable performance. We found the problem in the slow query log and quickly fixed the data but don't have a more comprehensive solution.
In 2014, we plan to:
upgrade to Percona 5.6
upgrade to nginx 1.5 for SSL performance improvements …