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A chocolate pie for MySQL™ 5.1 GA
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As you probably already know, yesterday the GA version of MySQL™ 5.1 has been released :)

To celebrate this great event, I have organized a little event with some of my friends @ Trieste University, Italy.

Since I am a physics alumn and I still have some friends who study physics, I decided to organize a sort of unofficial “Trieste MySQL™ 5.1 GA Day” to have some funny moments with them at the …


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[5.1 UCC] Santo’s Report for the MySQL™ 5.1 Use Case Competition
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Dear Kaj, Giuseppe, Jay, Lenz, Colin,
MySQL™ Community Team,

This is my Report for the MySQL™ 5.1 Use Case Competition.

Before start reporting on my use of the new 5.1 Features, just a note.

I was quite sure on …


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Using Partitioning in MySQL™ 5.1
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This is a short tutorial on the features implemented in HoneyMonitor for the use and administration of Partitioning in MySQL™ 5.1. It could be useful for Users who are new to the product and want to get start with it or to whom want to learn the basis of Table Partitioning in MySQL™ 5.1.

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Partitioning a Table
2.1 Creating a Partitioned Table using the Create Table Wizard and the Partition Editor - A Range Partitioning Example
2.2 Partitioning a Table that already exits - An Hash Partitioning Example
3. Creating and Dropping Partitions
3.1 Adding …




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Using Table Log in MySQL™ 5.1
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[HoneyMonitor is a GUI for MySQL™. Server Administration, Database and Database Objects Administration, Code Development, Server Monitoring, Performance Monitoring, Performance Auditing. Read more on http://www.honeysoftware.com/]

This is a short tutorial on the features implemented in HoneyMonitor for the use and administration of Table Logs in MySQL™ 5.1 . It could be useful for Users who are new to the product and want to get start with it or to whom want to learn the basis of Table Logging in MySQL™ 5.1.

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Brief …

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Using Cluster Disk Data in MySQL™ 5.1
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[HoneyMonitor is a GUI for MySQL™. Server Administration, Database and Database Objects Administration, Code Development, Server Monitoring, Performance Monitoring, Performance Auditing. Read more on http://www.honeysoftware.com/] Contents

  • Introduction
  • Log File Group & UndoFiles
  • TableSpaces & DataFiles
  • Cluster Disk Objects Metadata
  • Creating Cluster Disk Tables
  • Dropping Cluster Disk Data Objects
  • The Cluster Monitor
  • Cluster Disk Data Limitations
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Using Plugins in MySQL™ 5.1
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[HoneyMonitor is a GUI for MySQL™. Server Administration, Database and Database Objects Administration, Code Development, Server Monitoring, Performance Monitoring, Performance Auditing. Read more on http://www.honeysoftware.com/]

This is a short tutorial on the features implemented in HoneyMonitor for the use and administration of Plugins. It could be useful for Users who are new to the product and want to get start with it or to whom want to learn the basis of Plugins in MySQL™ 5.1

More details on the HoneyMonitor Reference Manual at …

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[5.1 UCC] A series of articles on MySQL™ version 5.1
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Today (August 1st 2008) I started write a series of articles to be referenced in my MySQL™ 5.1 Use Case Report that I will submit later this month to the Community Team for the MySQL™ 5.1 Use Case Competition.

I guess UC Reports should contain real world use of MySQL™ 5.1. So if I am not mistaken you can submit a Report on partitioning, for instance, if you are using v. 5.1 because you need partitioning and you can include in your Report the reason you needed partitioning and a description of your development …

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Using Federated Servers in MySQL™ 5.1
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[HoneyMonitor is a GUI for MySQL™. Server Administration, Database and Database Objects Administration, Code Development, Server Monitoring, Performance Monitoring, Performance Auditing. Read more on http://www.honeysoftware.com]

This is a short tutorial on the features implemented in HoneyMonitor for the use and administration of Federated Servers . It could be useful for Users who are new to the product and want to get start with it or to whom want to learn the basis of Federated Servers in MySQL™ 5.1

More details on the HoneyMonitor Reference Manual at …

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Using Scheduled Events in MySQL™ 5.1
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[HoneyMonitor is a GUI for MySQL™. Server Administration, Database and Database Objects Administration, Code Development, Server Monitoring, Performance Monitoring, Performance Auditing. Read more on http://www.honeysoftware.com]

This is a short tutorial on the features implemented in HoneyMonitor for the use and administration of Scheduled Events . It could be useful for Users who are new to the product and want to get start with it or to whom want to learn the basis of Scheduled Events in MySQL™ 5.1

More details on the HoneyMonitor Reference Manual at …

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New Competition for MySQL’ers
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I hear now about a new competition for the MySQL® Users. The ‘MySQL® 5.1 Use Case Competition’ has been just launched by the Community Team @ SUN|MySQL.

If you submit a MySQL® 5.1 Use Case Report to the Community Team by 31 August 2008 you will have a chance of winning:

  • 1st-3rd prize: A MySQL Conference & Expo 2009 Pass, including a dinner with MySQL co-founder Michael “Monty” Widenius
  • 4th-10th prize: MySQL® Community Contributor T-shirts
  • 11th-20th prize: A Sakila mascot (MySQL®’s …
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