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The best MySQL multi-master solution gets even better
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The best (and truly the only) MySQL multi-master, multi-site solution on the market gets even better! Continuent is happy to announce immediate availability of Continuent Tungsten 1.5.New Continuent Tungsten 1.5 allows you to build multi-site, disaster recovery (DR) and multi-master solutions with ease:

Multi-Master Operations - Tungsten can support your multi-master operations today by linking

New Continuent Tungsten 1.5 now available
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The best MySQL high availability solution on the market gets even better! We are happy to announce immediate availability of Continuent Tungsten 1.5.New Continuent Tungsten 1.5 offers significant improvements that help you to deploy cost effective HA clusters fast include:

Easy Installation - One-step command to deploy an entire Tungsten cluster in minutes, either in your data center or in

Running multiple MySQL instances in parallel
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I know, I haven’t been posting much lately. 5.5 upgrades got postponed due to the new storage platform needing my immediate attention and being a speaker at the Percona Live conference in April also needs a lot of attention.

One of the things I want to try out is running multiple MySQL instances on the same machine. The concept remained in the back of my mind ever since I attended Ryan Thiessen’s …

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LRU follow up
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Due to one of the machines being configured a little bit too close to the edge we had to restart it to downsize its innodb_buffer_pool_size a little bit. We tested the innodb_lru_dump_restore directive with this machine. Results were very promising: it wrote the dump every 5 minutes (we set the variable to 300 seconds) and after MySQL had restarted it reloaded the dump.

However: since MySQL is already started fully before it even starts to load the LRU dump it means MySQL is already available to the outside world. This means in a HA environment it would already be going to perform poorly due to the torrent of queries coming in. This means either the loading …

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What kind of High Availability do you need?
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Henrik just wrote a good article on different ways of achieving high availability with MySQL. I was going to respond in the comments, but decided it is better not to post such a long comment there.

One of the questions I think is useful to ask is what kind of high availability is desired. It is quite possible for a group of several people to stand in a hallway and talk about high availability, all of them apparently discussing the same thing but really talking about very different things.

Henrik says “At MySQL/Sun we recommended against …

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MySQL data backup: going beyond mysqldump
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A user on a linux user group mailing list asked about this, and I was one of the people replying. Re-posting here as I reckon it’s of wider interest.

> [...] tens of gigs of data in MySQL databases. > Some in memory tables, some MyISAM, a fair bit InnoDB. According to my > understanding, when one doesn’t have several hours to take a DB > offline and do dbbackup, there was/is ibbackup from InnoBase.. but now > that MySQL and InnoBase have both been ‘Oracle Enterprised’, said > product is now restricted to MySQL Enterprise customers.. > > Some quick searching has suggested Percona XtraBackup as a potential > FOSS alternative. > …

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DBJ: Introduction to Multi-Master MySQL
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This month on Database Journal we talk about multi-master MySQL using circular replication to achieve high availability.

Read more at DatabaseJournal – Intro to Multi-Master MySQL

Quest for Resilience: Multi-DC Masters
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This is a Request for Input. Dual MySQL masters with MMM in a single datacentre are in common use, and other setups like DRBD and of course VM/SAN based failover solutions are conceptually straightforward also. Thus, achieving various forms of resilience within a single data-centre is doable and not costly.

Doing the same across multiple (let’s for simplicity sake limit it to two) datacentres is another matter. MySQL replication works well across longer links, and it can use MySQL’s in-built SSL or tools like stunnel. Of course it needs to be kept an eye on, as usual, but since it’s asynchronous the latency between the datacentres is not a big issue (apart …

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Why high-availability is hard with databases
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A lot of systems are relatively easy to make HA (highly available). You just slap them into a well-known HA framework such as Linux-HA and you’re done. But databases are different, especially replicated databases, especially replicated MySQL.

The reason has to do with some properties that hold for many systems, but not for most databases. Most systems that you want to make HA are relatively lightweight and interchangeable, with little to zero statefulness, easy to start, easy to stop, don’t care a lot about storage (or at least don’t write a lot of data; that’s usually delegated to the database), and there’s little or …

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Open Query @ MySQL Conf & Expo 2010
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Walter and I are giving a tutorial on Monday morning, MySQL (and MariaDB) Dual Master Setups with MMM, I believe there are still some seats available – tutorials are a bit extra when you register for the conference, so you do need to sign up if you want to be there! It’s a hands-on tutorial/workshop, we’ll be setting up multiple clusters with dual master and the whole rest of the MMM fun, using VMs on your laptops and a separate wired network. Nothing beats messing with something live, …

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