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Backing up MySQL partitioned tables is nothing special
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In case you were wondering, after seeing this self-defined tutorial, backing up MySQL 5.1 partitioned tables does not require any particular additional technology.
This tutorial presents MySQL 5.1 in a short paragraph, and then starts talking about a commercial backup application, as if it were the only way of backing up partitioned tables.
The title, for sure, is misleading. Backing Up MySQL Partitioned Tables. Reading such a title, readers expect either a list of possible solutions, or being presented with the only existing way of …

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Recovery features for ALTER TABLE of partitioned tables
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A feature which hasn't been so public about the implementation
of partitioning is the support for atomicity of many ALTER TABLE
statements using partitioned tables.

This atomicity exists for

Given that partitioning often works with very large tables it
was desirable to have a higher level of security for ALTER TABLE
of partitioned tables. To support this a DDL log was implemented.
This DDL log will in future versions be used …

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The partition helper - Improving usability with MySQL 5.1 partitioning
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I talked several times about partitioning usability. In my many tests of partitioning I found myself in need of generating list of partitions for a given range.
I made the …
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MySQL 5.1 release schedule
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With the delivery of MySQL 5.1 GA, our release policy sees a couple of changes in relation to that of MySQL 5.0.

First, initially we will deliver both MySQL Enterprise Server and MySQL Community Server in parallel. The bug fixes to the initial MySQL 5.1 GA releases will thus be delivered also in binary form for both MySQL Community Server and MySQL Enterprise Server.

Second, after a period of time, we will revert to the different release schedule for MySQL Enterprise Server and MySQL Community Server that we have been …

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MySQL 5.1 Use Case Competition: Position 1
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MySQL 5.1 is here! It’s announced! And it’s time for the overall winner, Position 1 in the MySQL 5.1 Use Case Competition.

1. Greg Haase (Lotame Solutions Inc., Elkridge, Maryland, USA): Using Partitioning and Event Scheduler to Prune Archive Tables. See Greg’s DevZone article, and …

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Monty Rants or Yet Another Case Of Developers vs Users
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I saw Monty's latest rant and I told myself "here we go again." I blogged before about deaf developers, and here's another symptom of the same disease.
This is another case of a developer, a brilliant one, mind you, one of the brightest in the open source arena, but a developer nonetheless, who has a non-user oriented mindset and is inflicting his view on the users.
I will stay clear of the reasons. Why the co-founder …

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Quality of 5.1 GA release
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With all due respect to Monty (and I mean that — much respect is due), I have some serious issues with his portrayal of the 5.1 release.  I hate to make my first entry on Planet MySQL about a controversy, but he encouraged people to blog about their experience with 5.1, so that’s what I’ll do here.

Overall Quality

As a long time user, I am very confident that the quality of 5.1 GA far exceeds that of the initial 5.0 GA release (5.0.15).  In fact, I would go further and suggest that the MySQL organization has if anything been too …

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Cracking the Tokutek contest with MySQL 5.1
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Hello, blog! Long time without posting. Here I am again.
My attention was caught a few days ago by a contest posted by Tokutek.
This is a company that makes a proprietary engine for MySQL. In their contest, they claim that it takes 20 days to insert 1 billion records into a InnoDB table, and that MyISAM is not even up to the task. In their example, InnoDB inserts 404 rows per second and MyISAM died after a few days of inserting 93 rows per second.
It looks farfetched to me. Surely you can do …

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MySQL 5.1 Use Case Competition: Positions 5 to 10
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With the GA announcement of MySQL 5.1 coming up, we have picked the winners in the MySQL 5.1 Use Case Competition.

To keep you in suspense, let me first announce those on positions 5 to 10:

5. Fourat Zouari (, Tunis, Tunisia): Using Partitioning for Data Warehousing. See Fourat’s DevZone article, and …

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A quick usability hack with partitioning
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A few days ago I was describing a common grievance when using partitions.
When you care at a table, like the following

PARTITION by range (to_days(d))
partition p001 VALUES LESS THAN (to_days('2001-01-01'))
, partition p002 VALUES LESS THAN (to_days('2001-02-01'))
, partition p003 VALUES LESS THAN (to_days('2001-03-01'))

Then you have the problem of finding out the original values. SHOW CREATE TABLE doesn't help.
show create table t1\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************

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