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mysql> SELECT * FROM information schema.tables WHERE table_schema='test' and table_name='testA'\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************
TABLE CATALOG: def
TABLE SCHEMA: test
TABLE NAME: testA
TABLE TYPE: BASE TABLE
ROW FORMAT: Compact
TABLE ROWS: 0
AVG ROW LENGTH: 0
DATA LENGTH: 16384
MAX DATA LENGTH: 0
INDEX LENGTH: 0
DATA FREE: 0
AUTO INCREMENT: NULL
mysql> SELECT [...]
10 rows in set (0.45 sec)
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…this vulnerability in all cases. I do not have hard numbers but I would guess no more than 10-20% of MySQL (and variants) installations would be vulnerable, even before you look at when they are exposed to the Internet.
To find out whenever MySQL is dynamically compiled with OpenSSL or yaSSL you can use this command: [root@localhost vagrant]# ldd /usr/sbin/mysqld | grep ssl libssl.so.10 => /usr/lib64/libssl.so.10 (0x00007fb7f4cbc000
It will show "libssl" for server …
…presentations. I would like to thank our great keynote speakers who covered a wide variety of topics including MySQL 5.7, integrating MySQL and visiting the conference website . I was particularly interested in the presentation on MySQL 5.7 from Tomas Ulin, of MySQL for , which demonstrated …, storage, , and the future of running MySQL at scale. If you couldn't attend this year, you can watch the keynote recordings by
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My abstraction for how much data I have is "One MySQL database and one Redis database containing records on tens of thousands of people on behalf of hundreds of customers. That data is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to me." I have no bloody clue how large it is in bytes, and — accordingly — had to both measure that and then do Excel modeling (factoring in expected rate of growth, compression ratios, deduplication, etc etc) to guess what Tarsnap would cost me in the …
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…proving the bottleneck. In surfing I found that MariaDB had "spun" out of mysql. MariaDB is a drop-in replacement for mysql, and is totally open source. My test bed is a mac-mini, and sure I can throw hardware at the problem, but its far more interesting to look at optimizing. So I used brew, a open-source package manager for osx, I installed MariaDb. I had a existing 20Gig database, and it picked it up, and used it just fine. The surprising thing is I saw a 30% increase in performance …