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What’s New in MySQL Proxy?

After long wait, MySQL Proxy is back. Its new home on Launchpad is actively updated, and the busy bees Kay and Jan are working to bring us a binary release soon.

But, what exactly is new in MySQL Proxy?

It's easy to find out. On Thursday, January 29, 2009, 10:00 am PST, 1:00 pm EST, 18:00 GMT, there is a free webinar that explains the news in great detail.

If you have questions on what has been implemented and what is still in the …

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What’s New in MySQL Proxy?

After long wait, MySQL Proxy is back. Its new home on Launchpad is actively updated, and the busy bees Kay and Jan are working to bring us a binary release soon.

But, what exactly is new in MySQL Proxy?

It's easy to find out. On Thursday, January 29, 2009, 10:00 am PST, 1:00 pm EST, 18:00 GMT, there is a free webinar that explains the news in great detail.

If you have questions on what has been implemented and what is still in the …

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MySQL Proxy Web-Seminar

I just realized something else Chris has mentioned:

Since MySQL Proxy 0.7.0 is soon to be released, I thought another brief tutorial would be helpful.

Indeed, we are looking to properly release 0.7.0 soon™.

In case you are wondering what’s happening with MySQL Proxy and what the deal with the code’s new home is, please consider making some time for the web-seminar next week.

It’s free but registration is required.

We will also have Carlo Cabanilla talking about …

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MySQL Proxy Web-Seminar

I just realized something else Chris has mentioned:

Since MySQL Proxy 0.7.0 is soon to be released, I thought another brief tutorial would be helpful.

Indeed, we are looking to properly release 0.7.0 soon™.

In case you are wondering what’s happening with MySQL Proxy and what the deal with the code’s new home is, please consider making some time for the web-seminar next week.

It’s free but registration is required.

We will also have Carlo Cabanilla talking about …

[Read more]
MySQL Proxy Web-Seminar

I just realized something else Chris has mentioned:

Since MySQL Proxy 0.7.0 is soon to be released, I thought another brief tutorial would be helpful.

Indeed, we are looking to properly release 0.7.0 soon™.

In case you are wondering what’s happening with MySQL Proxy and what the deal with the code’s new home is, please consider making some time for the web-seminar next week.

It’s free but registration is required.

We will also have Carlo Cabanilla talking about …

[Read more]
Another MySQL Proxy Tutorial

Since MySQL Proxy 0.7.0 is soon to be released, I thought another brief tutorial would be helpful. Today we ran across a good use case, and so I wanted to pass this along. If you’ve not used Proxy yet, this is a great opportunity to get your feet wet with it and some Lua.

When queries are routed though MySQL Proxy from various servers, the MySQL Server only sees that the query came from the machine Proxy is running on.

So when you are viewing output of SHOW PROCESSLIST, you have no way of telling what server a particular query originated from.

However, this could be very useful information to have, especially to determine which server a particular long-running query is coming from at that particular moment in time.

Output not using Proxy:
mysql> show processlist;
+----+------+-----------------+------+---------+------+-------+------------------+
| Id | User | Host            | db …
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MySQL Proxy code now live

It’s done!

Even if it took a while, too long, really, we finally have the MySQL Proxy code out in the open, where it belongs.

As part of this effort, we would also like to make our development process more transparent. To that effect, we’ve also created a Launchpad team that serves as a discussion hub. It comes with a mailing list, reachable at mysql-proxy-discuss@lists.launchpad.net, where we hope to have some interesting discussions about where to take Proxy, what to implement in what way, and of course to offer advice to users.

There’s not much in terms of “process” yet and quite possibly (and hopefully) it will stay this way, but let me outline some of my hopes and plans for going forward:

Pushing directly into the branches …

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MySQL Proxy code now live

It’s done!

Even if it took a while, too long, really, we finally have the MySQL Proxy code out in the open, where it belongs.

As part of this effort, we would also like to make our development process more transparent. To that effect, we’ve also created a Launchpad team that serves as a discussion hub. It comes with a mailing list, reachable at mysql-proxy-discuss@lists.launchpad.net, where we hope to have some interesting discussions about where to take Proxy, what to implement in what way, and of course to offer advice to users.

There’s not much in terms of “process” yet and quite possibly (and hopefully) it will stay this way, but let me outline some of my hopes and plans for going forward:

Pushing directly into the branches …

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MySQL Proxy code now live

It’s done!

Even if it took a while, too long, really, we finally have the MySQL Proxy code out in the open, where it belongs.

As part of this effort, we would also like to make our development process more transparent. To that effect, we’ve also created a Launchpad team that serves as a discussion hub. It comes with a mailing list, reachable at mysql-proxy-discuss@lists.launchpad.net, where we hope to have some interesting discussions about where to take Proxy, what to implement in what way, and of course to offer advice to users.

There’s not much in terms of “process” yet and quite possibly (and hopefully) it will stay this way, but let me outline some of my hopes and plans for going forward:

Pushing directly into the branches …

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Using SSH tunnel connection as a SOCKS5 proxy

Month ago I was on a vacation and as usual even though our hotel provided us with an internet connection on a pretty decent speeds, I wasn’t able to work there because they’ve banned all tcp ports but some major ones (like 80, 21, etc) and I needed to be able to use ssh, mysql, IMs and other non-web software.

After a short research I’ve found a pretty simple to set up and easy to use approach to such a connection problems I’d like to describe here.

First, you’ll need someone (or you can do it before leaving home) to start an ssh daemon on port 80 on one of your servers. I use one of my Slicehub slices for this to permanently have an ability to use it. You can do it like this (if it is a temporary solution):

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# `which sshd` -p 80

Notice: this `which sshd` was used because on some OSes sshd does not want to start w/o an …

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