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Spil Games hackday: research MaxScale
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Spil Games hackday At Spil Games we organise a monthly hackday (actually the last two Thursday/Friday of the month) where several teams try to hack something in limited amount of time. The only rules for the hackday are: make something cool, keep it simple, document it, learn something and have fun. In general it means time is […]

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Moving On
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I have a difficult task of making this post interesting, helpful and personal at the same time. I think the main goal is to balance these aspects, and I really appreciate your comments and suggestions that I will add here.For the busy readers who may be put off by the length of this post, here is a very short summary: I spent 4 wonderful years, first as the head of Field Services, then as a CTO, I believe it is now time for a change, so I am leaving SkySQL. I am leaving behind a great company and very good friends, but I am not disappearing completely, and I will continue supporting the work I started and the projects I …

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Script to manage MaxScale
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MaxScale 1.0 from SkySQL is now in Beta and there are some cool features in it, I guess some adventurous people has already put it into production. There are still some rough edges and stuff to be fixed, but it is clearly close to GA. One thing missing though are something to manage starting and stopping MaxScale in a somewhat controlled way, which is what this blog is all about.

I have developed two simple scripts that should help you manage MaxScale in a reasonable way, but before we go into the actual scripts, there are a few things I need to tell you. To begin with, if you …

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MySQL Slave Scaling and more
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Jean-François talks about binlog servers. Take a look here: http://blog.booking.com/mysql_slave_scaling_and_more.html

MariaDB Replication, MaxScale and the need for a binlog server
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IntroductionThis is an introduction to MariaDB Replication and to why we need a binlogs server and what this is. The first part is an introduction to replication basics, and if you know this already, then you want want to skip past the first section or two.
MariaDB ReplicationMySQL and MariaDB has a simple but very effective replication system built into it. The replication system is asynchronous and is based on a pull, instead of a push, system. What this means in short is that the Master keeps track of the DML operations and other things that might change the state of the master database and this is stored in what is called the …

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MaxScale 1.0-beta is out - Happy Birthday MaxScale!
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It was a year ago, on a nice Sunday night of the English Summer (apologies for the oxymoron), that Mark Riddoch came to see me and together we headed to the Vansittart Arms, our local family pub round the corner. A pint of London Pride on one side and a Honey Dew on the other were the perfect add-on to Mark’s MacBook Pro, on which Mark was showing me the 0.1 version of …

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MariaDB hugged Helsinki
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MariaDB Roadshow Helsinki

One could say that MariaDB originates from Finland’s capital Helsinki. In fact so does MySQL. It was in the Helsinki area that MySQL saw daylight. It was here that Monty Widenius laid the ground for MySQL already in the 80’s, maybe even 1979, when he created UNIREG from which parts were reused when he together with the other 2 founders of MySQL released the first version of MySQL in 1995.

Last week, 19 years later, a …

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MaxScale 0.7 Feature Highlights
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The latest set of updates for MaxScale has just been released, among the highlights of this alpha release are improved Galera support, the introduction of the first phase of the filter API and server maintenance mode.

Galera Support

MaxScale has always supported Galera, at least since the earliest downloadable release, now it has the ability to use Galera in a different way.

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MaxScale 0.7.0 Overview and Highlights
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MaxScale 0.7.0 was recently released (it is the 4th alpha, with the beta on the near horizon), and is available for download here.

The release contains a number of new enhancements as well as 8 bugs fixes.

Enhancements:

  1. Galera Support: Enhanced support for Galera cluster to allow Galera to be used as a High Available Cluster with no write contention between the nodes. MaxScale will control access to a Galera Cluster such that one node is designated as the master node to which all write operations will be sent. Read …
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MaxScale 0.6.0 Overview and Highlights
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MaxScale 0.6.0 was recently released (it is the 3rd alpha, with the beta on the near horizon), and is available for download here.

The particular release only contains 2 great additions and 2 important fixes (and note development continues with the 1.0 (GA) features, but these have not been put into this alpha version).

Important Additions:

  1. A feature-complete read/write splitting module, i.e. read and write operations are now balanced in a smarter way to master or slave servers.
  2. New client-based features, such as a version string …
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