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Wikipedia on Sun | MySQL Servers
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Wikimedia Foundation is expanding Wikipedia to multimedia with Sun Open Storage Solution and MySQL Database (http://www.mysql.com/customers/customer.php?id=186" target="_blank):

Wikipedia receives between 25,000 and 60,000 page requests per second, depending on the time of day. Wikimedia needed to update its infrastructure to handle this huge volume of traffic and ensure that its systems were reliable, highly available, and easily scalable. It also wanted to expand its upload file limit from 20 MB to 100 MB to accommodate rich media (audio and video)

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How to set up host interface networking for VirtualBox on Ubuntu
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VirtualBox is really nice, but if you’re like me, maybe you found the networking confusing. There are three ways to do it, as explained by the manual, and the best way is with host interfaces, which don’t have limitations like the inability to ping and so on. I found what I think is [...]
The unexpected consequences of SELinux
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I’ve been working with a client recently who has SELinux on his servers.  It has been quite a struggle sometimes. My colleages tell me that SELinux has a pretty noticeable performance impact.  I am not sure if we have benchmarks to support this; at any rate, the client said it’s OK, we’ll take the performance hit. There [...]
Calling all MySQL Professionals who use LinkedIn
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I have created a MySQL Professionals Group for networking with others in the space, in the tradition of the Oracle Professionals group and the SQL Server Professionals groups that I already participate in.

This is a great way to network with other professionals in your field of work. I hope you join us.

To join, please follow this invitation link.


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