…of date or are known bad versions. For example, there are two versions of the DBD:: mysql Perl module that have problems. And there are certain versions of MySQL that have critical bugs. Version check will warn you about these if your system is running them.
What's new in 2.2 is that, whereas this feature (specifically, the option in tools: -version-check) was off by default, now it's on by default. If the IO::Socket:: SSL Perl module is installed (easily available through …
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Score +2 if you have created an API for a production environment,
Score - 5 if you generally use ftp to deploy applications,
…fast-paced and very technical MySQL educational event for wide range of people interested in MySQL - Developers, Smith Memorial Student Union ., , etc. It will be held at Portland State University's
We'll finalize the schedule next week and still have some speaking opportunities available - if you would like to share your MySQL story at this event please email Matthew Dowell by Tuesday, May 28.
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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 …
…and every one has 4 processes which every one has 25 workers. As we are all on EC2, we use spot instances for part of the cluster so we can add more workers as needed, so it could grow up from 400 to 800 or more.
Thanks Libin and everyone else who entered. I hope Sidekiq Pro makes your system even better!
Score +2 if you are familiar with RFC 2822.
Score -2 if you didn't know what an RFC was.
Score +2 for any mail generating library you have worked extensively with.
Michael Widenius : There is no reason at all to use MySQL
@ nationofminds : "I have infinite MIPS. Unlimited scalability. And zero effing patience."
Endowing cells with logic and memory : Genetic circuits that process and permanently store information are created with recombinases that flip the orientation of DNA …
Finally comes the benchmark results showing the QPS over 5 second periods with the Lazy Drop Table implementation in Percona Server and DROP TABLE running in the background:
So we can compare the graphs above, and see that there are dips in QPS whenever table is dropped, MySQL 5.5.23 does show an improvement over MySQL version …