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Set up an SSL-encrypted connection between Sphinx and MySQL
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A Wolf, a Dolphin and a Sphinx walk into a bar… nevermind. We’ll skip the jokes. This post is about using SSL to set up a secure connection between MySQL and Sphinx. Serious stuff! The Idea It simple. We’re going to use Sphinx to index some data from MySQL across a secure connection. So, we’ll [...]
A GeoSpatial Search Odyssey
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This post walks through some examples of using the geospatial functions provided by MySQL and Sphinx. Enjoy! Getting Started First of all, here are some helpful resources: We wrote about geospatial search with Sphinx in this blog post. It has a more Sphinx-specific focus than this post. Alexander Rubin wrote these helpful articles: “Creating Geo [...]
Query Sphinx with Node.js
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You probably already know that Sphinx supports MySQL binary network protocol. But, if you haven’t heard– Sphinx can be accessed with the regular ol’ MySQL API. Pretty much any language you use to query MySQL can be used to query Sphinx. So, in this post, to demonstrate how using ‘SphinxQL’ (our subset of SQL) makes [...]
Sphinx Searches Gmail with MySQL and PHP
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There may come a time when you want to collect some of your emails, put them into a database, and search them with Sphinx. If that time has come, you may enjoy this blog post. It will outline one way to get emails from Gmail into MySQL (with PHP’s IMAP extension) so that they become [...]
Sphinx in Docker. The basics.
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With an ear to the interwebs, you’ll hear a few things about Docker. Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications. In this blog post, I’m going to outline a very basic example of how to use Sphinx from within a Docker container. What is Docker? This [...]
Getting Started with Sphinx?
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Here are a few videos those of you who are just getting started with Sphinx may find useful. The first video demonstrates a very simple implementation with Ubuntu, PHP, and MySQL. The second video is also about installing on Ubuntu. And, the last video discusses fulltext query syntax. Check ‘em out. Quick Start with Ubuntu [...]
Walking through the Autocomplete Example
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If you would like to see how to set up autocomplete and correction suggestion with Sphinx, PHP, MySQL, and jQuery, take a look at this. This quick video will walk you through the steps of setting up the autocomplete example that we wrote about a while ago. For details on how the whole process works, go [...]
Sphinx at Divendo
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Many Sphinx users utilize MySQL as a data source. Divendo is one of them. This blog post will relay the story of how Divendo got going with Sphinx after MySQL fulltext search became unwieldy. Enjoy! Divendo Divendo is a meta-search engine for classified ads serving the following continents and countries: Europe: Spain, Italy, Portugal, United Kingdom Americas: Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela Asia: India Australia [...]
ActionMessage Email Marketing – Powered by Sphinx Search
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This blog post features a quick and interesting story from James (from ActionMessage), an early adopter of Sphinx. We met him at Percona Live: the MySQL User Conference, a few years back. This year, we asked if he would like to share his story with our community. Here it is. Enjoy! “I’m James Briggs from ActionMessage [...]
Team Sphinx to the MySQL User Conference!
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MySQL is the world’s most popular open source database. Sphinx allows MySQL users to search text (and more) at scale, without choking-out their favorite database. It’s a match made in the big data heavens. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that this year, like many years before, we’ll be heading to the Percona Live MySQL [...]
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