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MariaDB 10.1.0 Overview and Highlights
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MariaDB 10.1.0 was recently released, and is available for download here:

https://downloads.mariadb.org/mariadb/10.1.0/

This is the first alpha release of MariaDB 10.1, so there are a lot of new changes and functionalities added, which cover a wide variety of areas such as: Performance, InnoDB/XtraDB, WebScaleSQL, Optimizer, Security, Storage Engine functionality, & Administration Improvements.

These are 9 of the most notable changes in MariaDB 10.1.0 (but do check out the release notes and changelogs below for the full list of changes):

  • InnoDB: Allow > 16K pages on InnoDB – InnoDB now allows page size to be configured as 16K, 32K and 64K. Note that single row size must be
  • InnoDB:
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    A technical WebScaleSQL review and comparison with Percona Server
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    The recent WebScaleSQL announcement has made quite a splash in the MySQL community over the last few weeks, and with a good reason. The collaboration between the major MySQL-at-scale users to develop a single code branch that addresses the needs of, well, web scale, is going to benefit the whole community. But I feel that the majority of community opinions and comments to date have been based on the announcement itself and the organizational matters only. What we have been missing is an actual look at the code. What actual new features and bug-fixes are there? Let’s take a

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    Per query variable settings in MySQL/Percona Server/WebScaleSQL
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    Recently there was a discussion on the webscalesql mailing list started by Chip Turner on a proposed change to the MAX_STATEMENT_TIME patch. This feature has been known as per query variable settings (WL#681) and even shipping in Percona Server 5.6 as per-query variable statement.

    This feature has piqued my interest since 2009, when the MySQL project (then owned by Sun Microsystems) participated in Google Summer of Code 2009, and we

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    MySQL related IRC discussion channels
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    There are many MySQL related IRC discussion channels as the ecosystem itself grows. I join the following. Are there any that I’m missing?

    Freenode (irc.freenode.net):

    • #mysql – main channel for all kinds of end user MySQL related discussions (the noisiest of the lot, naturally)
    • #maria – main channel for all kinds of MariaDB related discussions
    • #webscalesql – for all kinds of WebScaleSQL discussions
    • #percona – main channel for all kinds of Percona related discussions
    • #tokutek – main channel for Tokutek discussions (TokuDB or TokuMX)
    • SkySQL-specific channels: #maxscale and #mariadb-mgr

    OFTC (irc.oftc.net):

    • #debian-mysql – for all kinds of Debian MySQL related bits (packaging, bugs, etc.)
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    MMUG7: Madrid MySQL Users Group meeting to take place on 24th April 2014
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    Madrid MySQL Users Group will have its next meeting on the 24th of April. Details can be found on the group’s Meetup page.

    We plan to talk about WebScaleSQL and I will give a short presentation on how to build WebScaleSQL RPMs on CentOS 6.  The meeting will be in Spanish.

    We’ve changed the place that we’ll be holding the meeting. See the Meetup URL for details. Looking forward to seeing you there.

    La próxima reunión de Madrid MySQL Users Group tendrá lugar el jueves 24 de abril. Se puede encontrar más detalles en la página del grupo.  Hablaremos sobre WebScaleSQL y ofreceré una breve presentación sobre como

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    WebScaleSQL on Windows? I wish, but not quite yet, it seems …
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    For fun, I tried building WebScaleSQL on Windows, even though it’s not [yet?] a support platform.

    Using the following (as I would to build MySQL/MariaDB):

    cd c:\mysql\webscalesql-5.6.16
    mkdir bld
    cd bld
    cmake ..
    cmake --build . --config relwithdebinfo --target package

    I end up with:

    ...
        238 Warning(s)
        110 Error(s)
    Time Elapsed 00:05:08.53

    Looking through the output, the main error is this:

    C:\mysql\webscalesql-5.6.16\include\atomic_stat.h(33):
    fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'atomic':
    No such file or directory
    [C:\mysql\webscalesql-5.6.16\bld\storage\innobase\innobase.vcxproj]

    Of course the directory does exist, and permissions are correct.

    C:\mysql\webscalesql-5.6.16\include\atomic_stat.h contains the following line:

    #include <atomic>

    And this exists:

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    Facebook’s Yoshinori Matsunobu on MySQL, WebScaleSQL & Percona Live
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    Facebook’s Yoshinori Matsunobu

    I spoke with Facebook database engineer Yoshinori Matsunobu here at Percona Live 2014 today about a range of topics, including MySQL at Facebook, the company’s recent move to WebScaleSQL, new MySQL flash storage technologies – and why attending the Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo each year is very important to him.

    Facebook engineers are hosting several sessions at

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    WebScaleSQL RPMs for CentOS 6
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    Looks like this post was rather unclear. See the bottom for how to build the rpms quickly.

    WebScaleSQL was announced last week. This looks like a good thing for MySQL as it provides a buildable version of MySQL which includes multiple patches from Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter needed by large users of MySQL, patches which have not been incorporated into the upstream source tree.  Making this more visible will possibly encourage more of these patches to be brought into the code sooner.

    The source is provided as a git repo at https://github.com/webscalesql/webscalesql-5.6 and as detailed at http://webscalesql.org/faq.html the documentation says there is currently no

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    When the Innovator's Dilemma hit the MySQL World
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    What’s the connection between databases and fruit flies?
    Some of you may be familiar with the bestseller in business literature The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail, by Harvard professor Clayton Christensen. In his book, Prof. Christensen compared disk drives to fruit flies. The comparison relates to the rapid changes that disrupted the disk drive industry for decades. That disruption is compared to the rapid changes that take place to fruit flies that live only for few hours, and for this reason researchers can study and analyse their behaviour.

    In the software business, you can replace disk drives with databases. Obviously, databases live longer than fruit flies, but it is an industry that sometimes shows schizophrenic changes. Whilst it is true that relational databases have being dominated the


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    Compile at CentOS 6.5 the new MySQL webscalesql-5.6.17 branch by Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter
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    http://webscalesql.org/

    yeah , big buzz around that one :)

    So I decided to check the install process:

    1. Clone the repo from

    root@webscalesql-5.6.clean:[Mon Mar 31 11:37:11][~]$ cd /opt/
    root@webscalesql-5.6.clean:[Mon Mar 31 11:37:15][/opt]$ mkdir installs
    root@webscalesql-5.6.clean:[Mon Mar 31 11:37:17][/opt]$ cd installs/
    root@webscalesql-5.6.clean:[Mon Mar 31 11:37:19][/opt/installs]$ git clone https://github.com/webscalesql/webscalesql-5.6.git
    Initialized empty Git repository in /opt/installs/webscalesql-5.6/.git/
    remote: Counting objects: 30397, done.
    remote: Compressing objects: 100% (12678/12678), done.
    remote: Total 30397 (delta 18716), reused
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    MariaDB and WebScaleSQL
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    On Thursday MySQL technology saw a huge boost. It’s hard for anyone now to argue that MySQL isn’t in the game of extreme scalability and performance, which some NoSQL vendors have been using as a tagline for the last years. To see four of the largest MySQL and MariaDB users come together to bootstrap a branch of MySQL for extreme scaling needs is simply fantastic. The improvements done inside these companies will now be available to the rest of the community. In all fairness Facebook and Twitter, in particular, have been making their improvements publicly available also before. Google has also made some improvements available publicly over the years and have lately been active in the MariaDB project with code reviews, bug fixes and other patches. But broadening the public contributions further and combining it all, is new.

    Engineering of MySQL technology happens in many places. Aside from

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    Speaking about MySQL5.6 and WebScaleSQL at Percona Live
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    At Percona Live, Steaphan Greene and I will talk about MySQL 5.6 and WebScaleSQL at Facebook.

    2 April 1:20PM - 2:10PM @ Ballroom E
    http://www.percona.com/live/mysql-conference-2014/sessions/mysql-56-facebook-2014-edition

    In addition to that, I have two more talks this year.


    Performance Monitoring at Scale
    3 April 2:00PM - 2:50PM @ Ballroom G
    http://www.percona.com/live/mysql-conference-2014/sessions/performance-monitoring-scale


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