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Truly Random and Complex Password Generator - Part 1 of 2
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Its an important matter of security to enforce complex passwords that have a sufficient length. From personal experience, if you ask a normal user to create their own passwords, their passwords will be based on a character set consisting of 36 case-insensitive alphanumeric characters: a-z, 0-9 instead of the full …





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MySQL University: Random Query Generator
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This Thursday (December 11th), Philip Stoev will talk about the Random Query Generator, a new QA tool that generates pseudo-random queries targeted to exercise a specific part of the server being tested. It then executes those queries to check for crashes or assertions or to compare the results returned from two different servers (two versions, two different storage engines, optimizer flags, etc.). It is also able to execute queries against a replication master, constantly checking that the …

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MySQL University for up to 100 attendees
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Yesterday (December 4th), Sergey Petrunia gave a presentation on what's new in MySQL Optimizer. Unfortunately, the slides didn't show up in the Dimdim presentation area, which also means that the recorded session only has Sergey's voice but not the slides. (I've filed a bug in Dimdim's issue tracker.) However, Sergey kept referring to slide numbers in his talk, so it should be fairly easy (just not as convenient as usual) to …

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