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MariaDB 5.1.53 And 5.2.4 Released
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This past Monday updates in both the 5.1 and 5.2 series of MariaDB were released. It’s a pretty big deal, as some issues have been solved that affect a large number of users. You should read the release notes for MariaDB 5.1.53 and for MariaDB 5.2.4 as well as the release announcement. The annoucement contains download links from worldwide mirrors.

Speaking of downloads, the 5.2 series has seen a remarkable increase in download totals. Several orders of magnitude, in fact. That’s usually a pretty good sign, so I’ll take it as such. It hopefully means more people are using MariaDB, and when talking about such matters with

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MariaDB 5.1.51 released
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Dear MariaDB users,

The development team have been busy bees, and have freshly released MariaDB 5.1.51. MariaDB is a branch of the MySQL database which includes all major open source storage engines, myriad bug fixes and many community patches.

This release of MariaDB 5.1.51 includes MySQL up to version 5.1.51. It also includes XtraDB up to version 5.1.51-12. For more information, do not hesitate to read the release notes, and for more detailed changes, do hop on over to the changelog.

MariaDB is available in source and binary form in a variety of platforms, including Microsoft Windows, Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, CentOS 5, and Solaris x86. These are all

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MariaDB 5.2 is released as stable
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I am happy to announce that MariaDB 5.2.3 is now released as a stable release.

During the gamma period we did not receive any serious reports for issues in 5.2, so we are relatively confident that the new code is of decent quality.

You can read about the features of MariaDB 5.2 in my previous blog entry or in the fast growing MariaDB knowledgebase..

What is most interesting about MariaDB 5.2 is that most of the features came from the MariaDB/MySQL community, not from Monty Program Ab!

Without the community it would not have been possible to do a stable release so soon after the last release. Virtual columns,

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MariaDB 5.2 has been released
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Dear MariaDB users,


MariaDB 5.2, a branch of the MySQL database which includes all major open source storage engines, myriad bug fixes and many community patches, has been released. It has all changes up to MySQL 5.1.51.

For an overview of what’s new in MariaDB 5.2.3, please see the release notes (5.2.2, 5.2.1, and 5.2.0 also).

MariaDB 5.2 includes a number of user enhancements including:


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Not excited about paying for MySQL monitoring for your enterprise?
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I think most people will agree that one of the biggest advantages of MySQL Community Server is that it’s free. Being free doesn’t get you a multi-million user community though; MySQL offers a great array of transactional engines, advanced high-availability features, robust I/O performance, and it powers many of the top-500 internet sites. When it […]
MySQL Enterprise Backup and The Meaning of Included
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During the MySQL Users Conference, Edward Screven did a keynote presentation that made many of us feel warm and fuzzy about Oracle's future plans for MySQL. If you advance 16m 25s into the presentation, it even gives something to rejoice the MySQL Enterprise customers: "Backup is now included". He didn't say much more after that. Asking around at the conference the days following this announcement, I couldn't get a straight answer about when and how would it be available for existing customers.

Now, 6 months later (give or take a couple of weeks), the MySQL Enterprise Features (http://mysql.com/products/enterprise/features.html) page has no signs of the now included MySQL Enterprise Backup (the utility previously known as InnoDB Hot Backup) and there has been no other news

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The “MySQL 5.1 Plugins Development” book is finally published
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If you want to know more about MySQL and MariaDB plugins read below. Our (Andrew Hutchings and mine) book MySQL 5.1 Plugins Development was just published by Packt. As far as I know it’s the first and the only book completely dedicated to MySQL Plugin API. It covers all existing in 5.1 plugin types, from Daemon to Storage Engines, and does not shun from explaining less known or poorly understood features of the plugin API. It describes newer plugin API extensions too – such as authentication plugins and recent

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MariaDB 5.1.50 Released
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Dear MariaDB users,

MariaDB 5.1.50, a branch of the MySQL database which includes all major open source storage engines, myriad bug fixes, and many community patches, has been released. MariaDB: Community developed, feature enhanced, backward compatible.

For an overview of what’s new in MariaDB 5.1.50, please see the release notes.

Highlights include MariaDB 5.1.50 based on MySQL 5.1.50, includes XtraDB 5.1.49-12, and have some bug fixes in the Aria storage engine. For finer grained details, please view the changelog.

MariaDB is available in source and binary form for a variety of platforms and is available from the download pages.

Enjoy!

Kontrollbase – new version available with improved analytics
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A new version of Kontrollbase – the enterprise monitoring, analytics, reporting, and historical analysis webapp for MySQL database administrators and advanced users of MySQL databases – is available for download. There are several upgrades to the reporting code with improved alert algorithms as well as a new script for auto-archiving of the statistics table based […]
Announcing TokuDB v4.1.1
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Tokutek is pleased to announce immediate availability of TokuDB for MySQL, version 4.1.1. It is ideally suited for delivering fast response times for complex / high-volume Web applications that must simultaneously store and query large volumes of rapidly arriving data:

  • Social Networking
  • Real-time clickstream analysis
  • Logfile Analysis
  • eCommerce Personalization
  • High-speed Webcrawling

TokuDB v4.1.1 replaces TokuDB v4.1.0 and is recommended for all users. (We found a bug in v4.1.0 and have withdrawn it from our website). The new version has all of v4.1.0′s new features, including support for SAVEPOINT and an even better Fast Loader. As always, this release uses our high-performance Fractal Tree™ indexing to provide a unique combination of capabilities:

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