Percona XtraBackup 2.0.8 was released September 4.[Read more...]
The new Percona Server 5.6 is the most manageable, highest performance, and most scalable version of MySQL available. Percona Server 5.6 is the best open source MySQL choice for enterprise-grade applications because it combines new features with the best features of Percona Server 5.5 and MySQL 5.6 to provide unparalleled performance.
Join me tomorrow as I explain how Percona Server 5.6 takes …[Read more...]
It was once said that “real artists ship.” In looking over the history of Percona software releases, we are currently shipping more software than ever before.
First, let’s look at Percona Server. Let’s look at all major versions: 5.1, 5.5 and 5.6 as well as the total for each year. The estimate for 2013 comes from assuming the second half of 2013 is similar to the first half.
Percona Server releases per year
In 2011, when Percona Server 5.5 came along, we see a sharp reduction in Percona Server 5.1 releases (remember that there’s at least one Percona Server 5.1 release for each Oracle MySQL 5.1 release, …[Read more...]
Run Ubuntu and want to try new features of Percona XtraBackup? Well, now you can. We have a Personal Package Archive (PPA) percona-daily/percona-xtrabackup. Every time code is pushed to our main source code repository, the PPA is updated.
We are currently building for Ubuntu lucid (10.04LTS), Precise (12.04), Quantal (12.10) and Raring (13.04).
To add the repository to your Ubuntu system, simply run:
sudo add-apt-repository …[Read more...]
One very interesting feature, “Compact Backup,” is introduced in Percona XtraBackup 2.1. You can run “compact backups” with the –compact option, which is very useful for those who have limited disk space to keep the database backup. Now let’s first understand how it works. When we are using –compact option with Innobackupex, it will omit …[Read more...]
Recently, I was working with a client that asked about using Percona Xtrabackup to take a snapshot of a particular MySQL schema and then reload it with a different schema name on the same server. It caught me off guard because I’d never really thought about it – typically, I’ve used Xtrabackup simply to clone a server (for replication or migration) or migrate an existing schema to a new server. However, given the …[Read more...]