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MySQL Community Server 5.6
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MySQL Community Server 5.6 (5.6.32 GA, published on Friday, 29 Jul 2016)

MySQL Installer 5.5
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MySQL Installer 5.5 (5.5.51 GA, published on Friday, 29 Jul 2016)

MySQL Installer 5.7
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MySQL Installer 5.7 (5.7.14 GA, published on Friday, 29 Jul 2016)

Is the new MySQL Document Store and JSON data type cheating?
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Is it cheating? Is using MySQL without Structured Query Language (SQL) or putting all your data into one column proper? Impossible a year ago and probably thought as a poor/crazy practice until recently, this is a new type of MySQL usage. NoSQL has had a big impact in the SQL world with several relational products from vendors like MySQL, Microsoft, Postgresql and others offering NoSQL interfaces and JSON data types to their databases.

Several old timers have come to me asking if putting lots of data in a JSON column is cheating? After all data normalization is part of relational databases and the way to efficiency and speed is well …

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SQL Injection Detection and Alerting are Vital For Secure Data
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The recent Mossack Fonesca “Panama Papers” hack is the latest security breach to drive home how much an impact an SQL injection can have on modern-day organizations. Though that hack ultimately revealed massive professional fraud by companies and governments around the world, it involved the exposure of 11.5 million confidential documents. The 2.6 terabytes of data stolen were a powerful reminder that the history of web-based business has been riddled with instances of SQL injections. They remain common and potentially …

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DDL Failures in MariaDB Galera Cluster
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A MariaDB support customer recently asked me what would happen if a Data Definition Language (DDL) statement failed to complete on one or more nodes in MariaDB Galera Cluster. In this blog post, I will demonstrate what would happen. The demonstration below was performed on a 2-node cluster running MariaDB 10.1, but other Galera Cluster distributions should work similarly. Schema ... Read More

Percona Monitoring and Management 1.0.2 Beta
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Percona announces the release of Percona Monitoring and Management 1.0.2 Beta on 28 July 2016.

Like prior versions, PMM is distributed through Docker Hub and is free to download. Full instructions for download and installation of the server and client are available in the documentation.

Notable changes to the …

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Upcoming Webinar August 2 10:00 am PDT: MySQL and Ceph
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Join Brent Compton, Kyle Bader and Yves Trudeau on August 2, 2016 at 10 am PDT (UTC-7) for a MySQL and Ceph webinar.

Many operators select OpenStack as their control plane of choice for providing both internal and external IT services. The OpenStack user survey repeatedly shows Ceph as the dominant backend for providing persistent storage volumes through OpenStack Cinder. When building applications and repatriating old workloads, developers are …

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Performance of Inserts on Partitions – MySQL 5.6 v/s MySQL 5.7
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Recently, I was discussing with one of my colleagues about how insert statement performs for MySQL partitioned tables. General prediction is that it should be slower than for non-partitioned tables, but how much that we didn’t know. So, I thought let’s test with different types of partitions (i.e range, list and hash) and also with different number of partitions and check how’s performance. As people says, MySQL 5.7 is must faster than old one, so I also tested partitions with it.

So, I took simple table with 3.2M records on Centos 6.7 VM (4 core with 2GB RAM) with default my.cnf settings and then created tables for range, list and hash partitioning …

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Jörg Brühe: Multiple MySQL Instances on a Single Machine
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Typically, on a single machine (be it a physical or a virtual one) only a single MySQL instance (process) is running. This is perfectly ok for all those situations where a single instance is sufficient, like for storing small amounts of data (RedHat using MySQL for postfix, KDE using it for akonadi, ...), as well as those where a dedicated machine per MySQL instance is appropriate (high CPU load, memory fully loaded, availability requirements).

But there are also those users who want to (or would like to) have multiple instances which would still fit into a single machine. Even among them, a single instance per machine is typical. For this, there are good reasons:

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