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Jet Profiler 3 updates
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New updates in Jet Profiler 3 include the following improvements:

  • Improved multiple instance handling.
  • Faster data retrieval.
  • New, more efficient MySQL JDBC driver from SkySQL / MariaDB.
  • Top Schemas is now available in the free version by default.
  • Faster startup time.
  • Bug fixes.

To read the full changelog, click here.


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Hands on with Jet Profiler
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There are a lot of great articles and reviews written about Jet Profiler and we think it's about time they get a bit of attention. Here's a great article, Hands on with Jet Profiler, that was published yesterday by a company called Monitis.

A few highlights from the article:

"I recorded continuously for more than 2 days and Jet Profiler was as responsive at the end as it was at the start. Only the switching between the graphs seemed to get slower when there is more recorded data. But that seems to be logical. Let’s do the math again here to establish the number of queries dealt with over 2 days i.e. 2 days = 48 hours or 2,880 minutes. And with 12,000 queries a minute we have a staggering 34,560,000 queries recorded in those 2



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ScaleBase Releases Version 2.0 of its MySQL Database Scalability Software
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New Version of Data Traffic Manager Supports Infinite Application Scalability, a Sleek New Look and Easier-than-Ever Deployment BOSTON – February 12, 2013 — ScaleBase, the company that keeps next gen apps and business-critical databases up-and-running, just released Data Traffic Manager 2.0.  It’s the only database scalability software that solves the three biggest challenges next-gen apps face [...] Read More
MySQL Workbench 5.2.46 released
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The MySQL developer tools team announces the availability of version 5.2.46
of the MySQL Workbench GUI tool. This version contains 30 resolved bugs
and support for the new MySQL 5.6 server.

Additionally, MySQL Utilities 1.2.0 have been included on the distribution.

For a full list of issues fixed in this release, see the release notes.

Please get your copy from our Downloads site. In Windows, you can also
use the MySQL Windows Installer to update Workbench and other MySQL products.

Sources and binary packages are available for several platforms, including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/workbench/

Workbench Documentation can be found




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Scaling MySQL: Catch 22 of Read-Write Splitting | January 17, 2013 2:00pm EST
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This webinar will examine the benefits of Read-Write splitting. To register, click here. There are thousands of new online and mobile apps launching every day…but what happens when demand climbs for these apps and databases can’t keep up?  The long-term success of any app hangs on a company’s ability to provide uninterrupted access and availability – translation: Database performance [...] Read More
New feature: Microseconds in DATE/TIME values
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MariaDB 5.3 and up and MySQL 5.6 RC introduced real support for milliseconds:
https://kb.askmonty.org/en/microseconds-in-mariadb/
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/fractional-seconds.html

HeidiSQL now lets you define a LENGTH/SET value for data types which allow a microsecond precision (0-6, where 0 is the default). Also, when editing such TIME, TIMESTAMP or DATETIME values in a grid, HeidiSQL lets you press arrow up/down to increase/decrease the microseconds part of the underlying value. Thanks to rjgebis for the report and documentation links.
New feature: Microseconds in DATE/TIME values
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MariaDB 5.3 and up and MySQL 5.6 RC introduced real support for milliseconds:
https://kb.askmonty.org/en/microseconds-in-mariadb/
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/fractional-seconds.html

HeidiSQL now lets you define a LENGTH/SET value for data types which allow a microsecond precision (0-6, where 0 is the default). Also, when editing such TIME, TIMESTAMP or DATETIME values in a grid, HeidiSQL lets you press arrow up/down to increase/decrease the microseconds part of the underlying value. Thanks to rjgebis for the report and documentation links.
Christmas Offer – 25% flat discount on all products!
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We are really getting into the Christmas spirit this year, so we are offering 25% flat discount on all your purchases in the run-up to the big day. Time to go shopping again and buy yourself a gift, and make super savings of the year.

It’s a limited period offer, so head right away to the Online Shop and apply the coupon code save25.

Cheers,
Team Webyog

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Jet Profiler for MySQL 3 release
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We are excited to announce that the new version of Jet Profiler for MySQL 3 is finally available.

This release includes the following important improvements:
- SSH Tunneling - connect to remote database servers using SSH tunneling.
- HTML Reports - makes saving and sharing the profiling results easier.
- Japanese translation.
- Improved memory management for large result sets.
- Bug fixes.

We also offer a completely new solution called Jet Profiler Enterprise. In addition to all the features in the professional version, it allows multiple instances so you can record from many databases at once. It also supports command line scheduling for automated recording.

For more details please read










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Are You Part of OurSQL Events?
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OurSQL, the MySQL Database Community Podcast, lists events, conferences and training that are relevant to MySQLers around the world. Gerry and Sheeri get the information for events/conferences/training from Planet MySQL and Oracle, SkySQL and Percona websites. Often, webinars are posted to Planet MySQL a week or 2 before they happen, which is not enough lead time for the podcast. We usually record on Tuesdays and publish on Fridays, with the understanding that not everyone listens to the podcast on Friday. So on the podcast, we talk about events that are at least 1 week from publication date. For example, we are recording today (Tue 20 Nov) for a podcast that will be published Friday (23 Nov). We will talk about events, conferences and training that will happen Sunday, December 2nd or later.

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