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‘Woz on your mind?’ Share your questions for Steve Wozniak during his Percona Live keynote!
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Here’s your chance to get on stage with Woz! Sort of. Apple co-founder and Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist Steve Wozniak will participate in a moderated Q&A on creativity and innovation April 14 during the Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo in Santa Clara, California.

Woz once said that he never intended to change the world. That was the other Steve, Steve Jobs.

“I didn’t want to start this company,” Woz told the Seattle Times of Apple’s beginnings in a 2006 …

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FoundationDB is acquired by Apple: My thoughts
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TechCrunch reported yesterday that Apple has acquired FoundationDB. And while I didn’t see any mention if this news on the FoundationDB website, they do have an announcement saying: “We have made the decision to evolve our company mission and, as of today, we will no longer offer downloads.”

This is an unfortunate development – I have been watching FoundationDB technology for years and was always impressed in terms of its performance and …

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Command line prompt
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The mysql> command-line prompt is iconic, shown in countless documentation pages, forum posts, tutorials and manuals. It’s immediately identifiable – one look, and you immediately know the context in which commands are being executed. So it’s only with good reason that we would consider changing the prompt value to something else, and Daniël van Eeden provided a compelling suggestion to modify this to provide user, host and database context. Because the mysql prompt is user-configurable, this is easy to do dynamically: …

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Translated books in Chinese
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I have just received copies of my Effective MySQL series that are available in Chinese. The picture speaks more than words.




SQL, ANSI Standards, PostgreSQL and MySQL
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I have recently been working with the Donors Choose Open Data Set which happens to be in PostgreSQL. Easy enough to install and load the data in PostgreSQL, however as I live and breath MySQL, lets load the data into MySQL.

And here is where start our discussion, first some history.

SQL History

SQL – Structure Query Language is a well known common language for communicating with …

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InnoDB全文索引:N-gram Parser
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InnoDB默认的全文索引parser非常合适于Latin,因为Latin是通过空格来分词的。但对于像中文,日文和韩文来说,没有这样的分隔符。一个词可以由多个字来组成,所以我们需要用不同的方式来处理。在MySQL 5.7.6中我们能使用一个新的全文索引插件来处理它们:n-gram parser.

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MySQL Statement Digests
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Decoupling Statement Digests From Performance Schema

MySQL Statement Digests are a feature originally introduced as part of the MySQL Performance Schema in MySQL 5.6 to aggregate statement statistics based on the normalized statements executed within the server (for additional info, see here).

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Yelp IT! A talk with 3 Yelp MySQL DBAs on Percona Live & more
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Founded in 2004 to help people find great local businesses, Yelp has some 135 million monthly unique visitors. With those traffic volumes Yelp’s 300+ engineers are constantly working to keep things moving smoothly – and when you move that fast you learn many things.

Fortunately for the global MySQL community, three Yelp DBAs will be sharing what they’ve learned at the annual Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo this April 13-16 in Santa Clara, California.

Say “hello” to Susanne Lehmann, Jenni Snyder and Josh …

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7 quick MySQL performance tips for the small business
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We’ve heard lots in recent years about Big Data and the alternative models of data management and processing, like Hadoop and NoSQL. But truth be told, relational databases are still the workhorses of most of today’s small and medium sized businesses. Relational DBs date back over 40 years and SQL skills are fairly common, and they’re known to be highly secure.

 

MySQL is the world’s second most popular relational database management system (RDMS) and is the most popular open-source version of the database. It’s easily accessible and is often known to be part of the LAMP web development stack, standing for …

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isolation levels
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I gots to know…

Big web companies who use MySQL – what isolation level(s) do you use? Do you take the default? Do you think about it at all? How about if you use, eg, memcached, what there? And, does your code think about optimistic or pessimistic locking?

I’ve been reading up on isolation levels after seeing Peter Bailis’
http://www.bailis.org/blog/understanding-weak-isolation-is-a-serious-problem/
(thanks to Mark Callaghan for re-tweeting about it).

I’m learning things…  here’s one for today – …



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