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OurSQL Episode 188: Back in Sync
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This week we discuss pt-table-sync basics. Ear Candy is about how MyISAM can seem transaction-aware, and At the Movies is MySQL and NoSQL at Craigslist.

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Upcoming MySQL events (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/events/)

OSCon 2014 will be held at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon from Sunday July 20th through Thursday July 24th.

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siamang: a web-based command-line client for mysql
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because i have many more important things to be doing, i procrastinated by whipping up a little web-based command-line client for mysql. what does that mean? you load the webpage, start typing in sql commands, and it presents the results to you. it is just a weekend hack at this point, and has a lot of rough edges. it does have some cool features, though, like a persistent command-line history using Web Storage.

probably the biggest limitation is because it not maintaining a persistent connection on the backend, you can’t use variables, temporary tables or transactions.

it was really born because i was getting frustrated running queries





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OurSQL Episode 152: Tooling Around, Part 2
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This week we continue our series on the MySQL Utilities. In this week's Ear Candy, we talk about a path problem installing MySQL Utilities on Ubuntu, and At the Movies is a preview of the SkySQL data suite.

Part 1 of MySQL Utilities
Part 3 of MySQL Utilities
Part 4 of MySQL Utilities
Part 5 of MySQL Utilities

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Percona University is coming to Washington, DC on Thursday, September 12th.

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OurSQL Episode 143: Biblical Tools
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This week we start to discuss the Openark Toolkit. Ear Candy talks about how to estimate the size of MySQL's working set, and At the Movies is a backup presentation from Open Database Camp.

Openark Kit series:
Part 2
Part 3

Openark Kit
Openark Kit

Episode 80, discussing the Percona Toolkit

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NPR on Software Patents
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A few years back, along with some folks at MySQL and in the open source community, we helped kick off a campaign against software patents in Europe.  This was a hot topic and surprisingly, it seemed no large companies were willing to step up the fight.  As a relatively young company, MySQL had a lot to lose if someone went on the attack against us using patents.  While we had a very small number of patents in our portfolio (mostly through acquisitions), we help them only for defensive purposes.  

It's been interesting to see some stories come out from NPR's Planet Money and This American Life shows that shed more light on software patents.

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Thanks for the Drupalcon Thank Yous — Texas Linux Fest and Southeast Linuxfest
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Thank you for all of you who dropped by the MySQL booth at Drupalcon to say ‘Thank you’ for MySQL. At every show there are several folks who do this but at Drupalcon it seemed like half the 3,000 attending dropped by to say ‘thanks’, grab MySQL stickers, OurSQL Poscasts disks, and talk about MySQL 5.6. I’ll see all y’all next year in Austin.

Speaking of Austin, the Texaslinuxfest.org is this weekend. I will be talking Saturday in Track D at 11:25 on the Proper Care and Feeding of a MySQL Database.

And the FREE

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Keeping your Drupal from Drooping — part 1
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This is the first screen after a sucessful Drupal 7.22 install.

Drupal is a content management system that runs at least 2.1% of all websites(1). It is easy to use, extensable with over 20,000 add-ons, and runs beautifully with a LAMP stack.

At the heart of most Drupal sites is a MySQL database with, as of Version 7.22, 76 tables. Recently I was asked what needs to be done to a ‘generic’ Drupal to get it running on MySQL 5.6. It is a very easy update that provides better performance, security, and allows access to the newest MySQL 5.6 updates.

For this example, the generic box is a two CPU Dell x86_64 box running Centos 6.4. This is fairly typical of what a

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Install Tricks
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Installing MySQL is a simple process. It is very common on a modern Windows machine to install in under three minutes. The Windows Installer Team have really increased the speed in the last few releases. But what if you are running Linux?

For the very fussy who want everything tailored ‘just so’, download the source code and configure exactly what you want. Don’t need Serbian character sets, different collations, or some storage engines you never use? Then read up on Installing MySQL from Source. With a bit of time and fuss, you can have a minimalist server that contains only the components you need. This is not recommended unless you know you can lock down the system and never, ever need to ad more components on the fly.

Next comes the MySQL

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MySQL.Com logins transitioning to Oracle SSO
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The old MySQL.com logins will go away on Wednesday, December 19th and will be replaced by the Oracle Single Sign On (SSO).

This Oracle SSO will replace the old MySQL.Com login starting December 20th.

So what do you do? Go to Oracle.com and login. If your account was migrated you will be able to login. But the crimson invalid login message will require you to set up a new account. Some may be wary of providing more personal information. But this is being done to bring the MySQL.com web sites into compliance with our corporate rules and provide a better flow for those of you using more than one

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