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Replication and sandbox talks on the road - San Francisco, Santa Clara, Orlando
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In a few weeks, I will be on the road, for an intense set of presentations in the USA.

San Francisco, April 7thI will start the tour at the San Francisco MySQL User Group. On April 7, at 6pm I will talk about Advanced MySQL replication for the masses. This talk will explore topics such as bi-directional replication, multiple sources, parallel replication, seamless failover, with the help of Tungsten replicator.




Santa Clara, April 11, 12The MySQL conference starts on Monday, …






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A first look at delayed replication in MySQL 5.6
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If you like fresh features, you should not miss this one. MySQL 5.6.2 includes, among other improvements, the implementation of Time delayed replication, a feature that lets you tell the slave not to apply changes from the master immediately, but to wait N seconds.

The feature is documented in WL#344. (There was a …

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Filtering binary logs with MySQL Sandbox and replication
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A few days ago, a friend of mine asked me if I knew of a way of filtering a bunch of binary logs, to extract only statements related to a single table. The task was about filtering a few hundred binary log files.

It's a tricky problem. Even with my experience with regular expressions, I knew that using a script to extract statements related to a single table was going to be a nasty business.
However, I know of an entity that can filter by table name efficiently, and that's the MySQL replication system. So I suggested using replication to a sandbox with a replicate-wild-do-table statement to get the job done.
My friend was …



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Testing MySQL 5.5 semi-synchronous replication
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A few days ago I saw an article about Semi-Synchronous Replication in MySQL 5.5. It asks questions, and doesn't give answers beyond gut feeling. So I thought that I would do some practical testing of this new feature.
Before we go that way, though, let's revisit the theory.
How semi-synchronous replication works
Figure 1. A transaction with regular replication
With regular replication, you send a transaction to the master (1). When the COMMIT is received, the master executes it (2), and if successful it …



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MySQL Sandbox embraces Python and meets Cluster
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If you have tried Quick start guides: MySQL cluster in 10 minutes, you may have realized that it is really quick and easy.
However, it leaves some typing to be done.
Users of MySQL Sandbox have a horror of repetitive typing, and this got me thinking. "Could I integrate MySQL Sandbox and Cluster?"
The answer was: "Sure."
But then I started thinking …



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MySQL Sandbox now with plugins, more tests, instrumentation
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The latest release of MySQL Sandbox, 3.0.12, has integrated plugin installation features, as mentioned in my previous post.
Not only that. This version has also more tests, fixes a couple of bugs, and introduces basic instrumentation. Now each script released with MySQL Sandbox, and every one that the Sandbox itself installs, can leave a trail in a …
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MySQL Sandbox meets plugins
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I saw it coming.
In the past year I have been working more and more with plugins. The InnoDB plugins, the semi-synchronous replication plugins, the Gearman UDFs, the Spider plugins, and every time I found myself doing a long installation process, with inevitable mistakes.


So I told myself "I wish I had a tool that installed plugins instantly and painlessly, the way MySQL Sandbox installs a server.
There you go. So yesterday I had enough of suffering and have put together an installation …


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MySQL user group meeting in Sydney, January 15th
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On January 15th I will be in Sydney, Au, on my way to Wellington, New Zealand.
I will be at the MySQL User Group, hosted at the Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts at 5.30pm.
I will talk about testing complex database systems with MySQL Sandbox.
The meeting is open to all. If you want to attend, please register at the …



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Jeremy's article on MySQL Sandbox in Linux Magazine
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Jeremy Zawodny of Craiglist has written a kind article about MySQL Sandbox.
The article, MySQL Sandbox: Treat MySQL Instances like Virtual Machines, is a practical test of MySQL Sandbox with …

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Snow Leopard blues
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On Friday afternoon, I went to give a presentation about MySQL advanced features at the Sardegna Ricerche technology park. The presentation included a quick introduction to MySQL Sandbox, something that I have been doing for years, and I thought I could do blindfold, if required. However, something didn't go …
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