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Node.js, MariaDB and GIS
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The availability of the node.js binding for MariaDB’s non-blocking client library together with the GIS capabilities of MariaDB inspired me to make an example of using node.js and MariaDB to import so-called GPX tracks to a MariaDB database and then show them on a map. GPX tracks are what are stored by many GPS devices including running watches and smartphones.

My project makes use of MariaDB’s non-blocking client library together with the node.js platform and on top of that uses the GIS functionality found in MariaDB 5.5 …

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What do you want to see in MariaDB 10.1?
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Last night, after my previous blog post, everyone in attendance at the SkySQL developer meeting in Barcelona gathered for dinner at El Cangrejo Loco, which, if my High School Spanish is working, translates as The Crazy Crab. After the excellent food, the tradition of singing at MySQL/MariaDB developer meetings was preserved.

Today the MariaDB developers in attendance at the SkySQL developer meeting in Barcelona got together to work on plans for MariaDB 10.1. We also paused for a group photo:

Many tasks have been identified for possible …

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MariaDB Developers at the SkySQL Engineering Meeting
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Several MariaDB developers are attending SkySQL’s annual engineering meeting being held this week in Barcelona. While some of the discussions are SkySQL-specific (customers, internal projects, and so on), there are, naturally, lots of MariaDB discussions happening.

Patrik Sallner, CEO of SkySQL, opened the meeting this morning with a short presentation about SkySQL’s goals for 2014. While the plan includes standard business-like things that include growing the company and sales goals, the top two goals for 2014 are:

  1. Help make MariaDB into the leading open source database

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OurSQL Episode 168: Autofailover, part 1
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This week we discuss setting up Percona Replication Manager. Ear Candy is playing with Unicode to make seasonal pictures and At the Movies is about systems performance with lots of MySQL examples.

Events
DB Hangops - every other Wednesay at noon Pacific time

FOSDEM 2014 - Sat February 1 - Sun February 2 in Brussels, Belgium.
Upcoming MySQL events

The call for papers for …



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MariaDB 5.5.34 now available
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The MariaDB project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB 5.5.34. This is a Stable (GA) release. See the Release Notes and Changelog for detailed information on this release and the What is MariaDB 5.5? page in the MariaDB Knowledge Base for general information about the MariaDB 5.5 series.

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Free Webinar: Percona and Sphinx
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Next Wednesday (November 20th, at 10 am PST), Ryan Lowe (Percona: Principle Consultant) and Andrew Aksyonoff (Sphinx: CEO and CTO) will be delivering a webinar on how to configure Sphinx for MySQL. “How to Optimally Configure Sphinx for MySQL” The discussion will center around getting started with, and seamlessly integrating, Sphinx into your MySQL-based applications. [...]

Hong Kong (OpenStack Summit)
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I’ll be in Hong Kong for the upcoming OpenStack Summit Nov 5-8. I’d be thrilled to talk database things with others present, especially around Trove DBaaS (DataBase as a Service) and high availability MySQL for OpenStack deployments.

I was last in Hong Kong in 2010 when I worked for Rackspace. The closest office to me was in Hong Kong so that’s where I did my HR onboarding training. I remember telling friends on the Sunday night before leaving for Hong Kong that I may be able to make dinner later in the …

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MariaDB Foundation achivements 2012-12 – 2013-09
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Reposted from Monty Says.

I recently read some comments that we at the MariaDB Foundation have not been very open about what we are doing.

We are very sorry about this. The problem is not that we are secret about what we are doing, the problem is that not many of us working at the MariaDB Foundation are very active bloggers.

I will try to address this concern by starting a monthly blog about the MariaDB development that MariaDB Foundation employees …

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Tips and tricks while working with Production DBs
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From time to time we have to work with live environments and production databases. For some of us this is day-to-day job. And most of the time cost of a mistake is way higher than expected improvement especially on the databases. Because issue on the database side will affect everything else.

I heard enough war stories about ruined productions and can imagine well enough speed of DROP DATABASE command replicating across the cluster. So I’m scared to make changes in production. The more loss expected if things go wrong the more I’m going to be scared planning every change. But I still love to make improvements so the only question is how to …

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MariaDB Java Client 1.1.5 Now Available
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The MariaDB project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the MariaDB Java Client 1.1.5. This is a Stable (GA) release. See the Release Notes and Changelog for detailed information on this release and the About the MariaDB Java Client page in the MariaDB Knowledge Base for general …

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