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Percona Server 5.1.49-rel12.0
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Dear Community,

Starting with this release, we introduce a new release model for Percona Server. From now on, we will have both Stable and Release Candidate releases. Release Candidates will introduce new features not yet available in Stable releases.

Along with new features, our new 5.1.49-12.0 RC contains a couple of patches from the Facebook-MySQL tree - https://launchpad.net/mysqlatfacebook . Of particular note is better integration with FlashCache.

We also introduce the very interesting new feature called ”Permanent InnoDB Buffer Pool”  (sponsored by a Well Known Social Network site). It allows you to keep the InnoDB buffer pool in memory between restarts of MySQL servers.
This can result in a significant decrease in warmup time after MySQL restarts.

Starting with


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Percona Server 5.0.90-build21
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Dear Community,

Percona Server 5.0.90, release 21 is available for use.

Comparing to the previous release it has following new features:

  • The build is based on MySQL-5.0.90

Fixed bugs:

  • Fixed Bug #539190 Percona-XtraDB package doesn't allow libmysqlclient15off
  • Fixed Bug #479106 mysql-5.0.87 + patches-5.0.86 compile fail in ubuntu 9.10 (karmic)
  • Fixed tests mysql, mysql_upgrade, ssl*

See release notes for earlier changes.

RPMs and DEB packages are available in Percona repository.

As usual you

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Percona-XtraDB-9.1: released and new coming features
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Recently Alexandr announced new Percona-XtraDB-9.1 release, and now it is good time to summarize features we have and what is expected soon.

This release contains long waited features from 5.0:

  • extended slow.log
  • USER/TABLE/INDEX/CLIENT_STATISTICS + THREAD_STATISTICS ( coming in release-10)

Extended slow.log is now even more extended, there is additional information for each query:

PLAIN TEXT CODE:
  • # Bytes_sent: 4973  Tmp_tables: 1  Tmp_disk_tables: 1  Tmp_table_sizes: 7808
  • That is you can see how many bytes was returned by query, was temporary table used,
    was it disk table or in-memory, and how big was temporary

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    Kontrollbase reporter XML Parser error has been fixed
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    If you have seen the following error on the Perf Report tab “Message: SimpleXMLElement::__construct()…” – it has been fixed in revision 281. This only affects alerts 11 and 12 so you might not run into it immediately. The solution is to either remove lines “586, 590, 639, 650″ from the bin/kontroll-reporter-5.0.x_linux-x86-2.0.1.pl file, or to run [...]
    Getting started with MySQL 5.5
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    Some time go, we announced a new release model for MySQL. As all new things, it had some initial hiccups (with MySQL 5.4 we were still getting acquainted with the new model), but now it seems to be in full swing.
    By the time you read these lines, MySQL 5.5 will be available. If the mirrors aren't seeded yet, the impatient can compile and use the new version from the launchpad source tree..

    Overview

    What's this new release anyway? I'll leave it




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    Kontrollbase 2.0.1 revision 221 is available for download
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    Some good changes in this release as usual. There have been some more additions to the analytics, some speed up of the UI and login process, and some long awaited fixed for form Vtypes. In addition to those items, I’m a particular fan of the new Analytics Export tab that lets you grab all of [...]
    xtrabackup-0.9.5rc
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    Dear Community,

    As of today release 0.9.5rc is available.

    In this release there are following changes:
    Changelog:

    • Option --no-lock is added to innobackupex-1.5.1. Use it only while ALL your
      tables are InnoDB and you DO NOT CARE about binary log
      position of backup
    • XtraBackup is ported for InnoDB Plugin 1.0.4. Barracuda file format as well as compressed tables are supported. We thank a well known Social Network site for the sponsorship.
    • Windows conscious change more
    • Impoved error messages in innobackupex
    • Windows conscious experimental change
    • Suppress purge when --stats
    • Build number in RPM name. For instance, in the name




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    Kontrollbase rev-158 available
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    This comes rather quickly as the last revision – 150 was just uploaded a few days ago. This is because there was a new method of checking config options in the bin/ scripts that utilizes the codeigniter config files instead of config.cfg in the base directory, the problem was the all of the required bin/ [...]
    Kontrollbase version 2.0.1 rev-115 available
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    The latest version is available for download. Big changes include a debug log file view tab, redesigned system management screen, authentication ACL fixes, host state fixes for server-loop, AJAX’d user/host/client pages, data grids for all pertinent tables, and a fix for the slate theme submit button. If you are running an older version of Kontrollbase I would highly recommend upgrading. I’ll be adding an “upgrade” page to the documentation today for just that purpose. Download the new release here: http://kontrollsoft.com/software-downloads

    5.0.84-build18 Percona binaries
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    Dear Community,

    The 18-th build of MySQL server with Percona patches is available now.

    Comparing to the previous release it has following new features:

    Fixed bugs in the build:

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    Kontrollbase 2.0.1 revision 91 released!
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    The latest release has a lot of great improvements that you’ll be sure to enjoy.

    • ExtJS upgraded to version 3
    • Host, User, Client, Alerts pages all updated to use GridPanels
    • Documentation on the VMware Virtual Appliance added to docs
    • More JSON responders to replace static page status events
    • Login no longer has an “OK” on successful authentication
    • New CSS UI theme – Slate

    As usual you can download here: http://kontrollsoft.com/software-downloads

    5.0.83-build17 Percona binaries
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    Dear Community,

    The build 17 of MySQL with Percona patches is available.

    New features in the release:

    • MySQL-5.0.83 is taken as the basis
    • The new patch innodb_use_sys_malloc.patch is added
    • The new patch innodb_split_buf_pool_mutex.patch is added
    • This patch splits the single global InnoDB buffer pool mutex into several mutexes for different purposes. This reduces mutex contention. It may help if you suffer performance loss when the working set does not fit in memory. You can detect buffer pool mutex contention by examining the output of SHOW INNODB STATUS and looking at the first section, SEMAPHORES.

    • Google's style IO - innodb_io_patches.patch
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    Kontrollbase VMware virtual appliance – uploaded
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    Kontrollbase VMware appliance is uploaded and ready for use. Get it here: http://kontrollsoft.com/software-downloads

    Kontrollbase VMware Appliance available for download
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    We’re pleased to announce that Kontrollbase 2.0.1-rev70 is available as a VMware Appliance. This means you can download it and run it with VMware Player, Vmware Server 2, or ESXi 3.5 which greatly simplifies the whole installation process. It’s configured as follows:

    • CentOS 5.2 64bit
    • 1024MB RAM
    • 8GB partition – autosized
    • Apache 2
    • MySQL 5.0
    • PHP 5

    So, get it now by downloading here: http://kontrollsoft.com/software-downloads

    Kontrollbase 2.0.1-rev70 is available for download
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    Nice changes in this release. We have a lot of good changes including an advanced caching library, support for eaccelerator, support for memcached, an obfuscated client script to increase security, an optional compiled version of the client script for running on 64bit Fedora servers, as well as the usual bug fixes here and there. A full list of changes can be seen here: http://code.google.com/p/kontrollbase/source/list

    As usual, you can download the new release here: http://kontrollsoft.com/software-downloads

    MySQL Server binaries: one source to rule them all
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    If you missed Kaj's announcement in the splashing news commotion at the latest MySQL Conference, then you may be interested to get this information again.

    There was a piece of news that should be extremely important for all the users. MySQL server binaries used to be split between Enterprise and Community, and they were released with separate schedules. Not anymore. Starting from April 2009, the MySQL Community and Enterprise editions are built from the same code, and they are released with the same frequency.

    There were rumors about the

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    XtraDB storage engine release 1.0.3-6
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    Dear community,

    Today we are pleased to announce release 6 of XtraDB - the result of 2 months hard work.

    The release includes following new features:

    • MySQL 5.1.36 as a base release
    • New patch innodb_recovery_patches.patch
    • Experimental adaptive checkpoint method estimate
    • innodb_stats - the implementation of the fix forMySQL Bug#30423
    • expand-import Support of import InnoDB / XtraDB tables from another server
    • split-bufpool-mutex-3 New patch to split buffer pool mutex
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    MySQL Proxy 0.7.2 released
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    The following just went out to our mailing list:

    We are happy to announce that MySQL Proxy 0.7.2 is available in a source and binary release for all of our target platforms.

    This latest release also brings back Windows support in both the source and binary release.

    The list of important changes in this release is:
    * fixed memory leak proxy plugin (#45272)
    * fixed ro-balance.lua (#45408)
    * added CMake build files
    * fixed portability issues for Win32
    * added mysql-proxy-svc on Win32
    * updated INSTALL file to cover all the build steps on win32

    Please report any problems on bugs.mysql.com, our Launchpad discussion mailing list or on IRC: #mysql-proxy on







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    MySQL Proxy 0.7.2 released
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    The following just went out to our mailing list:

    We are happy to announce that MySQL Proxy 0.7.2 is available in a source and binary release for all of our target platforms.

    This latest release also brings back Windows support in both the source and binary release.

    The list of important changes in this release is:
    \* fixed memory leak proxy plugin (#45272)
    \* fixed ro-balance.lua (#45408)
    \* added CMake build files
    \* fixed portability issues for Win32
    \* added mysql-proxy-svc on Win32
    \* updated INSTALL file to cover all the build steps on win32

    Please report any problems on bugs.mysql.com, our Launchpad discussion mailing list or on IRC: #mysql-proxy on







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    MySQL Proxy 0.7.2 released
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    The following just went out to our mailing list:

    We are happy to announce that MySQL Proxy 0.7.2 is available in a source and binary release for all of our target platforms.

    This latest release also brings back Windows support in both the source and binary release.

    The list of important changes in this release is:
    \* fixed memory leak proxy plugin (#45272)
    \* fixed ro-balance.lua (#45408)
    \* added CMake build files
    \* fixed portability issues for Win32
    \* added mysql-proxy-svc on Win32
    \* updated INSTALL file to cover all the build steps on win32

    Please report any problems on bugs.mysql.com, our Launchpad discussion mailing list or on IRC: #mysql-proxy on







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    The New MySQL Server Release Model
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    When I joined MySQL back in June of 2005, one of the first “MySQL Truths” I learned and repeated often when discussing MySQL with others was “release early, release often.” If you’ve been using MySQL for any length of time, you know what that statement means – it meant that MySQL was: (1) dedicated to getting new features and enhancements into the hands of its community so the software’s quality could be validated; (2) eager to take early feedback on those features so the input could rapidly be incorporated back into the product allowing everyone to benefit; (3) committed to very frequent releases of the software so helpful new features and/or external contributions that were ready for action could quickly be put into play and not sit idle on the shelf. And if you’ve been around Open Source for a while now, you know this is the spirit in which most providers of Open Source software operate.
    Log Buffer #150
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    This is the 150th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs. Someone accidentally left Dave Edwards‘ cage unlocked, and he escaped, thus leaving me with the pleasurable duty of compiling the 150th weekly Log Buffer.

    Many people other than Dave are finding release this week. Giuseppe Maxia explains some details of MySQL’s New Release Model. Andrew Morgan announces a New MySQL Cluster Maintenance Release. Aleksandr Kuzminsky of the MySQL Performance Blog releases

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    5.0.77 / 5.0.82 -build16 Percona binaries
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    Dear community,

    We are pleased to announce the build16 of MySQL server® with Percona patches.

    Since the build13 there was a couple of customer specific releases, which explains cutover in numbering and a pause between the builds. Also we prepared build for both 5.0.77 and 5.0.82 versions.

    Since that time new patches were added:

    • profiling_slow.patch
    • This patch adds information from SHOW PROFILE to query information in slow.log output.
      profiling_server. This variable ( ON / OFF ) enables profiling of all queries (in all connections).
      profiling_use_getrusage. This variable ( ON / OFF ) enables usage of getrusage function in profiling.
      Be careful, enabling profiling_server may cause performance


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    MySQL has a new release model
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    In an earlier post, the pursuit of openness, I announced that MySQL is working at a new release model.

    There are still a few details to sort out, but the general plan is ready. The new release model has been approved and starts to operate immediately.

    The basic principles of this model are:

    • The trunk is always at least in beta quality.
    • A milestone starts in beta quality ( never in alpha) with a merge between the trunk and a stage tree;
    • Milestone releases, with RC quality, released every three to six months.
    • Integration windows between milestones allow the insertion of new features from stage trees
    • GA releases happen every 12 to 18 months;
    • There are not more than two releases
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    MySQL has a new release model
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    In an earlier post, the pursuit of openness, I announced that MySQL is working at a new release model.

    There are still a few details to sort out, but the general plan is ready. The new release model has been approved and starts to operate immediately.

    The basic principles of this model are:

    • The trunk is always at least in beta quality.
    • A milestone starts in beta quality ( never in alpha) with a merge between the trunk and a stage tree;
    • Milestone releases, with RC quality, released every three to six months.
    • Integration windows between milestones allow the insertion of new features from stage trees
    • GA releases happen every 12 to 18 months;
    • There are not more than two
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    MySQL has a new release model
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    In an earlier post, the pursuit of openness, I announced that MySQL is working at a new release model.

    There are still a few details to sort out, but the general plan is ready. The new release model has been approved and starts to operate immediately.

    The basic principles of this model are:

    • The trunk is always at least in beta quality.
    • A milestone starts in beta quality ( never in alpha) with a merge between the trunk and a stage tree;
    • Milestone releases, with RC quality, released every three to six months.
    • Integration windows between milestones allow the insertion of new features from stage trees
    • GA releases happen every 12 to 18 months;
    • There are not more than two
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    MySQL University: The New MySQL Release Model
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    This Thursday (June 11th, 14:00 UTC), Tomas Ulin will give a MySQL University session on The New MySQL Release Model. Tomas is the MySQL Server Director, and will explain the new MySQL release model which has just recently been announced.

    For MySQL University sessions, point your browser to this page. You need a browser with a working Flash plugin. You may register for a Dimdim account, but you don't have to. (Dimdim is the conferencing system we're using for MySQL University sessions. It provides integrated voice streaming, chat, whiteboard, session recording,

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    MySQL Sandbox 3.0 is released - looking at the future
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    It's done. MySQL Sandbox 3.0 is now available.
    New features include:
    • Installation as a Perl module;
    • Copying, moving, deleting, and preserving sandboxes;
    • Port checking before installing;
    • A test suite with 200 tests;
    • User defined modular tests;
    • A rich cookbook

    If you get the source code through the Bazaar repository, you will see something new. There is now





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    Kontrollbase 2.0.1-rev50 is available for download
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    Nice changes in this release. We have a new tab on the host page for “Variables” which contains three sub tabs: “cnf file”, “global variables”, and “global status”. These tabs display the most recent information gathered from your servers in the event that you would like to see the raw data that is going on. It’s also nice to be able to refer to this data without having to login to the server to get it.

    As usual, you can download the new release here: http://kontrollsoft.com/software-downloads

    Kontrollkit – new version for download
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    Kontrollkit has been updated and has a new script for optimizing your database schemas. Some of the cnf files have been updated, some of the other files have had link corrections. Overall, a nice update. You can find the download here: http://kontrollsoft.com/software-downloads

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