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3 Biggest MySQL Migration Surprises
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3 ways your MySQL migration project can shake you up

Once a development or operations team gets over the hurdle of open-source, and start to feel comfortable with the way software works outside of the enterprise world, they will likely start to settle in and feel comfortable.  Best not to get too cushy though for there are more surprises hiding around the corner.  Here are a few of the biggest ones.

1. Replication Is Not Perfect

Yes, you've installed MySQL, setup a slave, and got it replicating properly.  You check the slave and it's 0 seconds behind the master.  What's more you monitor the error log file, and have a check in place to alert you if something happens there.  Job completed, good job!

Not so fast.  Unfortunately this is not the end of the story.  Many MySQL replication slaves are not consistent with their masters, but they

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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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