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TokuDB v5.2 Beta Program
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With the release of TokuDB v5.0 last March, we delivered a powerful and agile storage engine that broke through traditional MySQL scalability and performance barriers. As deployments of TokuDB have grown more varied, one request we have repeatedly heard from customers and prospects, especially in areas such as online advertising, social media, and clickstream analysis, is for improved performance for multi-client workloads.

Tokutek is now pleased to announce limited beta availability for TokuDB v5.2. The latest version of our flagship product offers a significant improvement over TokuDB v5.0 in multi-client scaling as well as performance gains in point queries, range queries, and trickle load speed. There are a host of other smaller changes and improvements that are detailed in our release notes (available to beta participants).

TokuDB continues to

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MariaDB 5.3.1 beta released!
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It has arrived, a little over a month from the last beta release, is MariaDB 5.3.1. It is a bug-fix update and as always the changelog lists everything that has been fixed. The release notes list all the changes present in the 5.3-series.

Many fixes are in the optimizer updates that showed itself in MariaDB 5.3.0-beta, plus backports from the MySQL 5.6 feature preview trees. Microsoft Windows is also important to the MariaDB project so there are plenty of updates for that platform. What are you waiting for, download it now.

Second Drizzle Beta (and InnoDB update)
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We just released the latest Drizzle tarball (2010-10-11 milestone). There are a whole bunch of bug fixes, but there are two things that are interesting from a storage engine point of view:

  • The Innobase plugin is now based on innodb_plugin 1.0.6
  • The embedded_innodb engine is now named HailDB and requires HailDB, it can no longer be built with embedded_innodb.

Those of you following Drizzle fairly closely have probably noticed that we’ve lagged behind in InnoDB versions. I’m actively working on fixing that – both for the innobase plugin and for the HailDB library.

If building the HailDB plugin (which is planned to replace the innobase plugin), you’ll need the latest

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Drizzle7 Beta!
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Just in case you missed it, I’m rather thrilled that our latest tarball of Drizzle is named Beta. Specifically, we’re calling it Drizzle7. Seven is a very nice number, and it seems rather appropriate.

This release is for a stand alone database server. A lot of the infrastructure for replication is there (with testing), but the big thing we want to hammer on and get perfect here is Drizzle7 as a stand alone database server.

Can I trust it? If you trust InnoDB to store your data, then yes, you can trust Drizzle (it uses InnoDB too)

NDB$INFO with SQL hits beta
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Bernhard blogged over at http://ocklin.blogspot.com/2010/02/mysql-cluster-711-is-there.html that MySQL Cluster 7.1.1 Beta has been released. The big feature (from my point of view) is the SQL interface on top of NDB$INFO. This means there is now full infrastructure from the NDB data nodes right out to SQL in the MySQL Server for adding monitoring to any bit of the internals of the data nodes.

Notes for installing MySQL 5.4.2 on OSX 10.5.8 PPC
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Some notes from my recent installation of MySQL 5.4.2-beta on a PPC G5 box running OSX 10.5.8. Hopefully these notes will save someone a bit of time when they begin the “I want to make my mac a development box” process. I’m not going to cover installing/configuring Apache and PHP since the web is full of those articles already.  So, first things first,  I downloaded the pkg file  – not the tarball – from the MySQL downloads site and installed the following files in the following order:

  • mysql-5.4.2-beta-osx10.5-powerpc-64bit.pkg
  • MySQLStartupItem.pkg
  • MySQL.prefPane
  • CNF File Settings

    Here are some interesting settings that you may want to be aware of with 5.4 and OSX

    • Do not set innodb_flush_method=fdatasync – it’s not a valid option, and the default after install is actually
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    MySQL-python-1.2.3 beta 2 released
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    I released the second beta of MySQLdb-1.2.3 over the weekend. So far I've gotten a fair number of downloads but not a lot of feedback. I did find out though what small tweaking is required to build on Windows. It's also in the Python Package Index, so if you can also install using easy_install MySQL-python. Once I make the final release of 1.2.3, I'll put up more eggs for fringe operating systems (Mac OS X, Windows).
    Seeking volunteer test machines for Monolith
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    Monolith: MySQL server monitoring. I only have servers that run Redhat/Debian/Ubuntu Linux x86 and x86_64. I don’t have machines to test MySQL monitoring for the following OSes. Perhaps you would like to be a test candidate for the new version of Monolith? If so, let me know and you’ll be on the list, as well as get beta testing credit.

    OSX Server: PPC and Intel

    AIX

    FreeBSD / OpenBSD / NetBSD

    Windows Server

    Solaris: Intel & Sparc

    Linux servers that are NOT Intel based.

    What this involves: testing the client script, perl modules, snmp stats, and other functions that may require a custom client script for that architecture.

    PBXT 1.0.06 Beta Released
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    On friday we released the second Beta version of PBXT. PBXT is a transactional storage engine for MySQL 5.1 and 6.0. You can find out more about the engine at www.primebase.org.

    PBXT is pluggable, so it can be built separately from the MySQL tree, and loaded dynamically at runtime using the LOAD PLUGIN statement.

    You can download PBXT from here. A "quick guide" to building and installing the plugin is provided. I have also updated the documentation for this version.

    There are no major new features in this release because we are working towards the RC version in December. But we wrote some release notes to prove we have been busy :)

    There is now also a version of PBXT available for







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    PBXT Beta Version Released!
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    I am pleased to announce that the Beta version of PBXT has just been released. You can download the source code of the storage engine from www.primebase.org/download. I have also updated the documentation for this version.

    Configuring and building the engine is easier than ever now. To configure PBXT all you have to do is specify the path to the MySQL source code tree (after building MySQL), for example:

    ./configure --with-mysql=/home/foo/mysql/mysql-5.1.26-rc

    The PBXT configure command will retrieve all required options from the MySQL build. For example whether to do a debug or optimized build and where to install the plugin are determined automatically, depending on how you configured MySQL.

    This was a source







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