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How to Add Policy-based Audit Compliance to your existing MySQL applications

As a follow up to an earlier blog on the subject, please join us today at 0900 US PT to learn how to easily add policy-based auditing compliance to your existing MySQL applications.  This brief, informative session will provide an overview of the new MySQL Enterprise Audit plugin and will include a simple, practical step-by-step "how to" approach to get up and running with the new functionality.

You can learn more and secure your seat for the presentation here.

 Thanks for your continued support of MySQL!

MEB Support to NetBackup MMS

In MySQL Enterprise Backup 3.6, new option was introduced to support backup to tapes via SBT interface. SBT stands for System Backup to Tape, an Oracle API that helps to perform backup and restore jobs via media management software such as Oracle's Secure Backup (OSB). There are other storage managers like IBM's Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) and Symantec's Netbackup (NB) which are also supported by MEB but we don't guarantee that it will function as expected for every release. MEB supports SBT API version 2.0

In this blog, I am primarily going to focus the interface of MEB and Symantec's NB. If we are using tapes for backup, ensure that tape library and tape drives are compatible.

Test Setup

1. Install NB 7.5 master and media servers in Linux OS. ( NB 7.1 can also be used but for testing purpose I used NB 7.5)
2. Install MEB 3.8 also in Linux OS.
3. Install NB admin console in your windows desktop and …

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New in MySQL Enterprise Edition: Policy-based Auditing!

For those with an interest in MySQL, this weekend's MySQL Connect conference in San Francisco has gotten off to a great start. On Saturday Tomas announced the feature complete MySQL 5.6 Release Candidate that is now available for Community adoption and testing. This announcement marks the sprint to GA that should be ready for release within the next 90 days. You can get a quick summary of the key 5.6 features here or better yet download the 5.6 RC (under “Development Releases”), review what's new and try it out for yourself! There were also product related announcements around …

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MEB: Taking Incremental Backup using last successful backup

Introduction

In MySQL Enterprise Backup v3.7.0 (MEB 3.7.0) a new option '–incremental-base' was introduced. Using this option a user can take in incremental backup without specifying the '–start-lsn' option. Description of this option can be found here. Instead of '–start-lsn' the user can provide the location …

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Announcing MySQL Enterprise Backup 3.7.1

The MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB) Team is pleased to announce the release of MEB 3.7.1, a maintenance release version that includes bug fixes and enhancements to some of the existing features.

The most important feature introduced in this release is Automatic Incremental Backup. The new  argument syntax for the --incremental-base option is introduced which makes it simpler to perform automatic incremental backups. When the options --incremental & --incremental-base=history:last_backup are combined, the mysqlbackup command  uses the metadata in the mysql.backup_history table to determine the LSN to use as the lower limit of the incremental backup. You no longer need to keep track of the actual LSN (as in the option --start-lsn=LSN) or even the location of the previous backup (as in the option …

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MySQL Enterprise Backup: Redo-log-only Incremental Backups

The latest release of MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB 3.7.0) introduces a new method for performing incremental hot backups - the redo-log-only incremental backup. This new method of incremental backups allows for highly compact and fast incremental backups and MEB users now have the choice between data-file based incremental backups and the redo-log-only incremental backups.

In data-file based incremental backups (performed using the '--incremental' option) MEB scans all InnoDB datafiles but copies to the backup only modified pages. The main benefit of this is …

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MySQL Enterprise Backup: Redo-log-only Incremental Backups

The latest release of MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB 3.7.0) introduces a new method for performing incremental hot backups - the redo-log-only incremental backup. This new method of incremental backups allows for highly compact and fast incremental backups and MEB users now have the choice between data-file based incremental backups and the redo-log-only incremental backups.

In data-file based incremental backups (performed using the '--incremental' option) MEB scans all InnoDB datafiles but copies to the backup only modified pages. The main benefit of this is …

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MySQL Enterprise Backup: Taking Incremental Backups without specifying LSN

In its latest release MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB 3.7.0) rolled out a new feature called 'incremental-base' which can save a lot of time and effort of the users when taking incremental backups. Let us understand this new feature and how it can be helpful:

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MySQL Enterprise Backup: Taking Incremental Backups without specifying LSN

In its latest release MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB 3.7.0) rolled out a new feature called 'incremental-base' which can save a lot of time and effort of the users when taking incremental backups. Let us understand this new feature and how it can be helpful:

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Announcing MySQL Enterprise Backup 3.7.0

The MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB) Team is pleased to announce the release of MEB 3.7.0, with several exciting and advanced features to benefit a wide audience. Included in this release are,

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