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A Couple of MySQL 5.7 gotchas to be aware of
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MySQL 5.7 GA was released a couple of months ago now with 5.7.9 and 5.7.10 has been published a few days ago.  So far initial testing of these versions looks pretty good and both versions have proved to be stable. I have, however, been bitten by a couple of gotchas which if you are not … Continue reading A Couple of MySQL 5.7 gotchas to be aware of

Surprises in store with ndb_restore
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While doing some routine fiddling regarding some topic I've now forgotten, I discovered that ndb_restore was doing something quite surprising. It's been common wisdom for some time that one can use ndb_restore -m to restore metadata into a new cluster and automatically have your data re-partitioned across the data nodes in the destination cluster. In fact, this was the recommended procedure for adding nodes to a cluster before online add node came along. Since MySQL Cluster 7.0, though, ndb_restore hasn't behaved that way, though that change in behavior doesn't seem to be documented and most don't know that the change ever took …

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Fixed in Drizzle: No more “GOTCHA’s”
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At the upcoming MySQL Conference and Expo, I’m going to give a Thursday afternoon (2pm) session entitled Fixed in Drizzle: No more “GOTCHA’s”. I plan to have a lot of fun with this session..

If you go back to the very start of when I started submitting code to Drizzle (June 2008) – I was going and fixing some of my favourite “gotcha’s” inside the code: BUILD/ scripts that didn’t build the way …

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