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The Tools To Use
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Over the past couple of years, several tools have come up to solve some of the long standing problems for developers, DBAs and operations teams. This list is no where near exhaustive and your mileage may vary.

These tools should let you get up and coding, saving your code to a central place.

I run (Mac/Windows), I need a Linux server to learn some of this cool stuff, right?

Not exactly. VirtualBox is a virtualization project for multiple platforms (Mac, Win, Linux, Solaris) that allows you to run a guest OS right from your laptop or desktop. There are …

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Building TokuMX and TokuDB for Production
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Recently, we’ve seen a few people ask us about building TokuMX from scratch. While it’s best if you just use the binaries you can get from us (they have all the right optimizations, we’ve tested them, and we can interpret coredumps they generate), we recognize there are other reasons you might need to do a custom build.

Since we actually build six distinct products all using the Fractal Tree indexing® library (community and enterprise versions of TokuDB for MySQL, TokuDB for …

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Vagrant & Rubylibs
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I was testing some MySQL puppet modules on my Vagrant box earlier this week and one of them required augeas.
I kept running into "Could not find a default provider for augeas", however all the appropriate augeas , augeas-lib and ruby-augeas packages were installed. I inspected the different ruby directories and the files were perfectly in /usr/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8 where I expected them.

With all the files seemd to be in the right place, my next option was to strace a small ruby script that included augeas, guess what that showed ..

  1. stat64("/opt/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/augeas.rb", 0xbfd2af1c) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)

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Converting KVM to VirtualBox
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I have had most of my test environment, aka puppetmasters, test mysql setups etc running in KVM for the past couple of years .. (yes I`m still using a lot of Xen in production environments, but we've also been using KVM for a while already .. it's a good mix) , Virtual box has always been the lesser loved Virtualization platform , however while playing more and more with Vagrant Up I realized I needed to convirt some boxen (e.g my PuppetMaster) to Virtualbox, and google was really no good help(most people seem to go the other way , or want to use some proprietary tools )

So I remembered VBoxManage and apparently I hade blogged about it myselve already ..
I …

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