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7 Ways to Troubleshoot MySQL
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MySQL databases are great work horses of the internet.  They back tons of modern websites, from blogs and checkout carts, to huge sites like Facebook.  But these technologies don't run themselves.  When you're faced with a system that is slowing down, you'll need the right tools to diagnose and troubleshoot the problem.  MySQL has a huge community following and that means scores of great tools for your toolbox. Here are 7 ways to troubleshoot MySQL.

1. Use innotop

Innotop is a great tool for MySQL which despite the name monitors MySQL generally as well as InnoDB usage.  It's fairly easy to install, just download the perl script. Be sure to include a [client] section to your local users .my.cnf file (you have one don't you?).  Inside that section, place one line with "user=xyz" and one line with "password=abc".

If you're concerned that

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MySQL Development Milestone 5.6.2: Taking MySQL Replication to the Next Level
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The announcements at the O'Reilly MySQL and Oracle Collaborate conferences last week mark an exciting milestone in the development of MySQL replication.  The purpose of this blog is to summarize those announcements and provide links to further reading, published directly by the engineers who have been working hard to take MySQL replication to the next level.

A number of significant replication enhancements were released as part of the MySQL 5.5 GA just a few months ago. 
We are always listening to our customers and the community.  And, based on their input, the MySQL engineering team has continued to rapidly evolve


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MySQL Development Milestone 5.6.2: Taking MySQL Replication to the Next Level
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The announcements at the O'Reilly MySQL and Oracle Collaborate conferences last week mark an exciting milestone in the development of MySQL replication.  The purpose of this blog is to summarize those announcements and provide links to further reading, published directly by the engineers who have been working hard to take MySQL replication to the next level.

A number of significant replication enhancements were released as part of the MySQL 5.5 GA just a few months ago. 
We are always listening to our customers and the community.  And, based on their input, the MySQL engineering team has continued to rapidly evolve replication functionality -


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