Connector/Python v1.1.1 is available for testing. It’s the second of a series of alpha releases which will bring some new features. Check out the Change History if you want to keep up with what is being added and changed.
Notable changes for v1.1.1:
Connector/Python v1.1.1 is alpha and although in good shape, it’s advised not to use it[Read more...]
A few weeks ago we released MySQL (http://www.mysql.com) Connector/Python v1.0.12. Bugs were fixed, and LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE should now work correctly. The announcement can be read on the MySQL forums.
Some useful links:
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Issue – the OpenStack instances hostnames are not resolved at the moment by their floating IPs.
Fast solution – use PowerDNS
1. Boot an instance , assign it a floating IP, open tcp ports 22 8001 and udp port 53.
2. Install PowerDNS, the particular yum package is named pdns.
3. install the mysql backend for PowerDNS, its available as yum package as well.
4. Install MariaDB , set the proper configuration, the initialize it at the default location.
5. Set the pdns user, create the pdns database and create the tables needed.
6. Configure the pdns service to use the gmysql backend.
7. Create and user at the OpenStack MySQL able to connect from the floating IP subnet.
8. Grant that user select permissions on all nova.* tables.
9. At the PowerDNS
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Finally, Connector/Python v1.1.0 is out. It’s the first of a series of alpha releases which will bring some new features. Check out the Change History if you want to keep up with what is being added and changed.
Notable changes for v1.1.0:
Dear MySQL users,
MySQL Connector/Python v1.0.11 is a new version of the 1.0 production release of the pure Python database driver for MySQL.
MySQL Connector/Python version 1.0 is compatible with MySQL Server versions 5.5 and greater, but should work with earlier versions (greater than v4.1). Python v2.6 and greater as well as Python v3.1 and greater are supported. Python v2.4 and v2.5 are known to work, but are not officially supported.
MySQL Connector/Python v1.0.11 is available for download from
A brief summary of changes in MySQL Connector/Python v1.0 is listed below. Please check the change log file inside the distribution for a more complete list of changes or online at:
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There’s a lot of talk on the web about scalability. Making web applications scale is not easy. The modern web architecture has so many moving parts. How can we grapple with the underlying problem?
The truth that is half right. True there are a lot of moving parts, and a lot to setup. The internet stack made up of Linux, Apache, MySQL & PHP. LAMP as it’s called, was built to be resilient, dynamic, and scalable.[Read more...]