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Using Windows profiler with mysqld
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My colleague who is a Windows guru taught me how to do very basic things with the Windows profiler. While this stuff is primitive, the sad truth is that many people don’t know even this little about Windows, me including. I’ll keep the hints here, and hopefully will learn more with time.

  • Use RelWithDebInfo builds, Debug build will screw the picture, it will tell you _db_enter is the most expensive function;
  • Start mysqld;
  • Use x64 VS command prompt:

Start => All Programs => MS Visual Studio 2010 => Visual Studio Tools => Visual Studio x64 Win64 command prompt

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ZFS: could have been the future of UNIX Filesystems
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There was a point a few years ago where Sun could have had the next generation UNIX filesystem. It was in Solaris (and people were excited), there was a port to MacOS X (that was quite exciting for people) and there was a couple of ways to run it on linux (and people were excited). So… instead of the fractured landscape of ext3, HFS+ and (the various variations of) UFS we could have had one file system that was common between all of the commonly used UNIX-like variants. Think of being able to use a file system on a removable drive that …

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MySQL Connector/Net 6.4.5 has been released
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MySQL Connector/Net 6.4.5 has been released!  This is an update to our 6.4 driver and brings several bug fixes.  It is appropriate for production use with MySQL server versions 5.0-5.5

It is now available in source and binary form from and mirror sites (note that not all mirror sites may be up to date at this point-if you can't find this version on some mirror, please try again later or choose another download site.)

You can read about the changes in this version at …

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Mixed signals in IT’s great war over IP
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Recent news that Microsoft and Barnes & Noble agreed to partner on the Nook e-reader line rather than keep fighting over intellectual property suggests the prospect of more settlement and fewer IP suits in the industry. However, the deal further obscures the blurry IP and patent landscape currently impacting both enterprise IT and consumer technology.

It is good to see settlement — something I’ve been calling for, while also warning against patent and IP aggression. However, this settlment comes from the one conflict in this ongoing war that was actually shedding some light on the matter, rather than further complicating it.

See the …

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MySQL Connector/Net 6.3.9 has been released
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MySQL Connector/Net 6.3.9, the latest maintenance release of our 6.3 version series, has been released.  Connector/Net is our all-managed .NET driver for MySQL.  This release will be the last release of our 6.3.x series and contains more than 25 fixes from the 6.3.8 base.  Users looking for additional fixes or features should upgrade to our most recent version.  You can see the list of changes and read more about the connector at

Version 6.3.9 is appropriate for use with …

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Tell us what you want in 6.6
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Now that we have finished 6.5 it's time to really start gearing up for 6.6.  We have  many great feature ideas but we want to hear from you.  To help with that, we're running a poll on the website where you can vote on the features you would like to see in the next version of the best MySQL ADO.Net Connector on the planet.  You can find the poll at and scrolling near the bottom of the page.  

Thanks for your time and please go vote.  

Connector/Net 6.3 Support has ended
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We recently released Connector/Net 6.5 as GA.  Our policy is that we actively support the last 2 GA versions of the Connector so we are dropping support for Connector/Net 6.3.  Any users who are actively using 6.3 are encouraged to upgrade to the latest version.  You can find the formal announcement at

Screencast: Installing MariaDB on Windows
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A screencast demonstrating the MariaDB Windows installer.

(I recommend watching it in full screen 720p, so you can see the details.)

Some links:

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Lower Your Database TCO on Windows by up to 96%
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If you are a Windows user concerned about the new licensing and pricing of SQL Server 2012, we encourage you to try the MySQL TCO Calculator!

You’ll discover how you can reduce your database TCO by up to 96% with MySQL Enterprise Edition vs SQL Server 2012 Enterprise Edition*.

While MySQL is famously known as the "M" of the popular LAMP stack, Microsoft Windows consistently ranks as the #1 development platform for MySQL users in our surveys. Indeed, MySQL on Windows enables you to:

  • Achieve Huge Database TCO Savings, while relying on World-Class 24/7 …
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MySQL Connector/Net 6.5.4 GA has been released
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MySQL Connector/Net 6.5.4 has gone GA!  This is the first production-ready version of our new 6.5 connector and we are very excited about it.  Connector/Net is an all-managed .NET driver for MySQL and is the best solution for your MySQL and .NET data access needs. 

Version 6.5.4 includes full support for MySQL server versions 5.0-5.6 and includes some exciting new features such as:

  • Much improved partial trust support.  Hosting providers can now configure their trust policies exactly the way they are configured for SQL Server and your application can run without trouble in partial/medium trust.

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