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Another awesome Conference: IT-Tage 2016

Ahoi,There will be the IT-Tage 2016 conference. Where I'm going to give two talks.One will be about Docker being more then a technical revolution.The other one is about Best Practices for Docker+MySQL/MariaDB \o/
As always: fun first!Erkan

Galera Error Failed to Report Last Committed (Interrupted System Call)

In this blog, we’ll discuss the ramifications of the Galera Error Failed to Report Last Committed (Interrupted System Call).

I have recently seen this error with Percona XtraDB Cluster (or Galera):

[Warning] WSREP: Failed to report last committed 549684236, -4 (Interrupted system call)

It was posted in launchpad as a bug in 2013: https://bugs.launchpad.net/percona-xtradb-cluster/+bug/1434646

My colleague Przemek replied, and explained it as:

Reporting the last committed transaction is just a part of the certification index purge process. In case it fails for some reason (it occasionally does), the cert index purge may be a little delayed. But it does not mean the transaction was not applied successfully. This is a warning after all.

If we look up this error in the source code, we realize …

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MySQL High Availability: The Road Ahead for Percona and XtraDB Cluster

This blog post discusses what is going on in the MySQL high availability market, and what Percona’s plans are for helping customers with high availability solutions.

One thing I like to tell people is that you shouldn’t view Percona as a “software” company, but as a “solution” company. Our goal has always been to provide the best solution that meets each customer’s situation, rather than push our own software, regardless of whether it is the best fit or not. As a result, we have customers running all kinds of MySQL “flavors”: MySQL, MariaDB, Percona Server, Amazon RDS and Google Cloud SQL. We’re happy to help customers be successful with the technology of their choice, and advise them on alternatives when we see a better fit.

One area where I …

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Building MariaDB 10.1.x and Galera from Source for Multiple Node Cluster Testing Setup

7 Galera Cluster presentations in Percona Live Santa Clara 18-21.4. Meet us there!

Once again Galera Cluster is a popular topic at Percona Live 2016. There are 7 Galera Cluster presentations in Percona Live Santa Clara 18-21.4. Codership’s co-founder and Galera developer Seppo Jaakola talks about Schema Upgrades in Galera Cluster, 20 April 01:00 PM – 01:50 PM @ Ballroom A.  The number includes many Percona XtraDB Cluster presentations, which is based on Codership’s Galera Cluster.

 

Codership will also have a booth at the conference. Meet the developers and experts of Galera Cluster and visit our booth 507!

 

Tuesday 19 April

Orchestrating Percona XtraDB Cluster with Kubernetes (Raghavendra Prabhu)  3:50 PM – 04:40 PM @ Ballroom D

Percona XtraDB Cluster Reference Architecture 2016 (Jay …

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Codership Galera Cluster Webinar USA – Migrating from Master-Slave MySQL Replication to Multi-Master Galera Cluster-April 12th

AGENDA:

In this webinar, we will discuss the practical aspects of migrating a database setup based on traditional asynchronous replication to multi-master Galera Cluster. We will discuss the benefits Galera provides and how traditional replication settings, architecture and practices can be converted to Galera Cluster. We will show the steps that are needed to perform the migration with limited or no downtime, and will demonstrate the procedure in practice using a live database with an actual workload.

Galera Cluster is trusted by thousands of users. Galera Cluster powers Percona XtraDB Cluster and MariaDB Enterprise Cluster. This is a webinar presented by Codership, the developers and experts of Galera Cluster.

DATE AND TIME:  Tue, Apr 12, 2016 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT (Pacific time)

PRESENTERS: Philip Stoev, Sakari Keskitalo Codership

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Codership Galera Cluster Webinar EMEA – Migrating from Master-Slave MySQL Replication to Multi-Master Galera Cluster-April 12th

AGENDA:

In this webinar, we will discuss the practical aspects of migrating a database setup based on traditional asynchronous replication to multi-master Galera Cluster. We will discuss the benefits Galera provides and how traditional replication settings, architecture and practices can be converted to Galera Cluster. We will show the steps that are needed to perform the migration with limited or no downtime, and will demonstrate the procedure in practice using a live database with an actual workload.

Galera Cluster is trusted by thousands of users. Galera Cluster powers Percona XtraDB Cluster and MariaDB Enterprise Cluster. This is a webinar presented by Codership, the developers and experts of Galera Cluster.

DATE AND TIME:  Tue, Apr 12, 2016 11:00 AM -12:00 PM EEST (Eastern Europe time)

PRESENTERS: Philip Stoev, Sakari Keskitalo Codership

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Galera Cluster and Docker Swarm

This blogpost extends last one. In the last blogpost, we had a look into Docker Network and how it makes the communication between the containers (over multiple hosts) easier. Of course we used Galera for that :)

In this blogpost we are going to use Docker Swarm to bootstrap a Galera Cluster.

Why using Docker Swarm?

Docker Swarm is (simplified) a proxy. So we've got one accesspoint to manage multiple hosts. (The swarm manage service will run on 172.17.152.11:2376). We also use Docker Swarm to abstract from the nodes. As we want the cluster to be running but we don't want to define explicitly where to run them. (Think about a 3-node-cluster on Docker Swarm with 100 nodes.)

Let us point the local docker to Docker Swarm:

export DOCKER_HOST=tcp://172.17.152.11:2376

We still got …

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Galera meets Docker Network \o/

Galera und Docker Network

Using Docker to run Galera on multiple nodes is quite a mess as described here. It is possible but no fun at all. As Docker does NATing every bidirectional setup is complicated.

Starting with Docker Network (version 1.9) you can simply span a Docker owned network (multiple of them) over multiple nodes. These networks are separated as the known bridged network Docker uses by default. It also provides a simple node/container discovery using the --name switch. Feels like a simple DNS.

Let's have a look how easy it is to deploy a Galera cluster. It is not for production. I use my own Docker image. It is just to play around.

There are our nodes:

  • Swarm1 IP=172.17.152.11
  • Swarm2 IP=172.17.152.12
  • Swarm3 IP=172.17.152.13

At the …

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Proposals Percona Live 2016


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