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Italian Webinar - Materiale, Domande e Risposte per il Webinar "Soluzioni MySQL per l'alta disponibilita'"
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Le slide e la registrazione del webinar che si e' tenuto il 7 Maggio scorso, sono disponibili qui.
Di seguito ho preparato la sessione di domande e risposte.

Q from Andrea: E' possibile creare un sistema multi-master tramite l'assegnazione di impostazioni auto_increment_offset  diversi?
A: Si, questo e' il meccanismo piu' tipico. Ogni server master utilizza un diverso offset per creare una PK e quindi inserire nuove righe nella stessa tabella, quindi

Q from Massimo: Cosa succede se viene effettuata …





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Performance and Tuning Webinar 22 April 2008 - New Material
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The EMEA webinar on Performance and Tuning last week (22 Apr 2008) was a great success! Great attendance, lots of questions and an  amazing job from Henrik Ingo and Erik Granstrom!
I have posted the recording of the webinar here and the slides here - unfortunately we could not post the material on our MySQL website, since it's pretty crowded now with P&T docs. …

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Webinar: Performance Tuning Best Practice
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Tue 22 April at 9am UK, 10am Central European time, we will present probably the most popular webinar on MySQL Performance and Tuning.

We will have some real hands on examples with several tips and tricks - all that we can cover in an hour!

This is the agenda:
- Performance and Tuning Tools
- Query performance analysis and improvements
- Modelling tips
- Engine specific recommendations

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