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MySQL Workbench 5.2.29 GA Available
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We’re proud to announce the next release of MySQL Workbench, version 5.2.29. This maintenance release focuses on general product improvement and usability.

As always, we want to thank everyone for the great feedback we have received. This helps us to continuously improve and extend the functionality and stability of MySQL Workbench – please keep up on approaching us with any ideas to develop our product even further.

New Workbench 5.2.29 Preference/Feature

Say you have been working on a model for hours in Workbench, and you haven’t saved in the last 90 minutes, suddenly the power goes out (or some other force majeure). Now with 5.2.29, if Workbench unexpectedly quits during modeling, the model you were working on will be restored to the last auto-saved version the next time you open that model.
As always, please remember to save and version your models regularly.
Also

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MySQL Workbench 5.2.28 GA Available
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We’re proud to announce the next release of MySQL Workbench, version 5.2.28. This maintenance release features improvements to the Workbench scripting Shell as well as various fixes.

Enhancements to the Workbench 5.2.28 Scripting Shell makes development and usage of Workbench Scripts and Plug-ins easier by

  • Providing a new workbench shell scripting file browser
  • Allowing users to more easily create/edit/save/execute Workbench python and lua scripts
  • Including Handy Workbench “Scripting” snippets that can easily be executed or copied.
  • Adding a new script results output panel

For more on Workbench Scripting and Plug-in development see

http://wb.mysql.com/?page_id=664

As always, we want to thank everyone for the great feedback we have received. This helps us to continuously improve and

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dbForge Studio for MySQL has been nominated in Best IDE Product of 2010 DevProConnections Community Choice Awards!
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Devart made it to the final of 2010 DevProConnections Community Choice Awards. The awards recognize the best products and services in the industry by a community vote.

Devart has been nominated in 4 categories of 2010 DevProConnections Community Choice Awards!
Nominated products:

If some of your favorite products are in that list, please visit:


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MySQL Workbench 5.2.27 GA Available
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We’re proud to announce the next release of MySQL Workbench, version 5.2.27. This is the second maintenance release for 5.2 GA (Generally Available). This maintenance release does not introduce any new features, but focuses on general product improvement and usability.  We hope you will make MySQL Workbench your preferred tool for Design, Development, and Administration of your MySQL database applications.

As always, we want to thank everyone for the great feedback we have received. This helps us to continuously improve and extend the functionality and stability of MySQL Workbench – please keep up on approaching us with any ideas to develop our product even further.

MySQL Workbench 5.2 GA

  • Data Modeling
  • Query (replaces the old MySQL Query Browser)
  • Administration (replaces the old MySQL Administrator)

Please get your copy from our Download site. Sources

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Multi Slicing
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The basic data structure that powers databases is called a B-tree. This is where you actually store the user’s data. B-trees are great because you can put huge amounts of data in them and access remains fast. In fact, the naive strategy of putting a whole data set into one B-Tree doesn’t break down because of access time. It does, however, break down when you try to support a multiaccess paradigm.

Six years ago, multiaccess was nice. Now that processors have multiple cores, it’s crucial. Four cores fighting over one B-tree means a lot of wasted processor time. In a multiaccess scheme, different cores can concurrently access data. This gets tricky. You can go looking for a piece of data only to find that someone has moved it since you started; that’s trouble: for all you know it was deleted. You could start the search over, but without guarantees—maybe you’ll get

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MySQL Workbench 5.2.26 GA Available
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We’re happy to announce the release of MySQL Workbench 5.2.26. This is the first maintenance release for 5.2 GA (Generally Available). We have fixed a number of bugs and made some improvements under the hood. We hope you will make MySQL Workbench your preferred tool for Design, Development, and Administration of your MySQL database applications.

We want to thank everyone for the great feedback we have received. This helps us to continuously improve and extend the functionality and stability of MySQL Workbench – please keep up on approaching us with any ideas to develop our product even further.

MySQL Workbench 5.2 GA

  • Data Modeling
  • Query (replaces the old MySQL Query
  • Administration (replaces the old MySQL Administrator)

Please get your copy from our Download site. Sources and binary packages are available for several platforms, including Windows, Mac OS X

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dbForge Data Compare for Oracle: new life to the product line
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Recently our development efforts were focused on dbForge for SQL Server product line. We’ve made five major releases of SQL Server database tools in last 18 months. Besides, we’ve made two major releases of MySQL database tools in this period. Our Oracle database tools product line, once actively developed, was frozen for almost three years. Sure we made maintenance releases, but no new features and tools. Our Oracle tools even were not re-branded to dbForge for Oracle. But now we decided to breeze the new life into Oracle tools development.

The first tool in the dbForge for Oracle product line will be Data Compare. For the first release we decided to make a free tool with basic functionality:

  • comparison and synchronization of tables only (views are not
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The benchmark you’re reading is probably wrong
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Mikeal Rogers wrote a blog post on MongoDB performance and durability. In one of the sections, he writes about the request/response model, and makes the following statement:

MongoDB, by default, doesn’t actually have a response for writes.

In response, one of 10gen employees (the company behind MongoDB) made the following comment on Hacker News:

We did this to make MongoDB look good in stupid benchmarks.

The benchmark in question shows a single graph, which demonstrates that MongoDB is 27 times faster than CouchDB on inserting one million rows. At the first glance, the benchmark immediately looks silly if you’ve ever done serious

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MySQL Workbench 5.2.25 released, goes GA
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Dear MySQL Users,

We’re pleased to announce the release of MySQL Workbench 5.2.25  This release is GA (Generally Available). We hope you will make MySQL Workbench your preferred tool for Design, Development, and Administration of your MySQL database applications.

Special thanks go to all the great MySQL Beta Testers that provided valuable ideas, insights, and bug reports to the Workbench Team. Your beta feedback truly helped us improve the product.

MySQL Workbench 5.2 GA provides:
• Data Modeling
• Query (replaces the old MySQL Query Browser)
• Administration (replaces the old MySQL Administrator)

Please get your copy from our Download site. Sources and binary packages are available for several platforms, including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

To get started quickly, please take a look at this short




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Lock-free vs. wait-free concurrency
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There are two types of non-blocking thread synchronization algorithms – lock-free, and wait-free. Their meaning is often confused. In lock-free systems, while any particular computation may be blocked for some period of time, all CPUs are able to continue performing other computations. To put it differently, while a given thread might be blocked by other threads in a lock-free system, all CPUs can continue doing other useful work without stalls. Lock-free algorithms increase the overall throughput of a system by occassionally increasing the latency of a particular transaction. Most high-end database systems are based on lock-free algorithms, to varying degrees.

By contrast, wait-free algorithms ensure that in addition to all CPUs continuing to do useful work, no computation can ever be

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