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The new Home for InfiniDB Community Edition
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I would like to welcome everyone to the new InfiniDB CE home at InfiniDB.org!


We have been working hard on creating this community to be both informative, easy to navigate and built with functionality to let all of the users have and give their feedback. If there is any sugestions you may have please stop by the forum and make a post in the "Suggestion Box".


To get to the forums, just go to the dropdown menu under "Community" and it is the first link you will see - "Forums".

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The new Home for InfiniDB Community Edition
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I would like to welcome everyone to the new InfiniDB CE home at InfiniDB.org!


We have been working hard on creating this community to be both informative, easy to navigate and built with functionality to let all of the users have and give their feedback. If there is any sugestions you may have please stop by the forum and make a post in the "Suggestion Box".


To get to the forums, just go to the dropdown menu under "Community" and it is the first link you will see - "Forums".

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Welcome to the OlinData MySQL Blog
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This is the first post on this brand new blog. We will be writing periodic blog posts here on topics covering MySQL and related services in detail. We hope they will be of great use to you and we welcome any and all to comment, ask questions, make suggestions for topics, etc.
Welcome!
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Welcome to my Linux site, the Linux Bloke.

Welcome!
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My name is Shlomi Noach. I am a developer, DBA, consultant and instructor. code.openark.org is a place for thoughts and code sharing. Some open source projects and code snippets I’m working on will be published in this site. Most of them will have to do with MySQL, or with MySQL accessing from Java & Python. Please stay tuned [...]
Welcome Ronald! Great to have you on board!
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If you've been following his blog, then you will already know that Ronald Bradford has joined PrimeBase Technologies. We are very pleased to have him on board! As many know, Ronald has always been very active in the MySQL community as far as his job has made this possible.

Ironically during his time at MySQL he was less present in the community than before. When we discussed our plans for PrimeBase with him, Ronald was interested because it was an opportunity to return to a more active role in the community. I am very glad that this motivation was understood by almost everyone at MySQL and we are all looking forward to seeing and hearing more from Ronald.

But, of course, Ronald is not "just a pretty face" ;) He will be helping us to design and specify our open source



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Welcome to my Blog!
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Hi all,

Thank you for reading!

The aim of this blog is sharing some information on the MySQL (http://www.mysql.com)® Server and the HoneyMonitor Project.

HoneyMonitor is a MySQL® Administration and Monitoring Tool developed by HoneySoftware (yes.. yet another GUI tool for Windows® Systems, but with a really wide set of features, or at least.. I guess).

As regards the Server, I will try to post something that in my hope could be helpful for you. I usually test the new features of the Server (today, this means for example the storage engine FALCON and MARIA or the Cluster Disk Data) and sometimes I found bugs or I have enhancement requests.. thus, let’s talk!

As regards the Software HoneyMonitor, I will try to

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