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MySQL Cluster 7.2 & Future Webcasts
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Check out this MySQL Cluster 7.2 Demo

From the Cluster 7.2 Demo

if you have missed any of the new features.

And upcoming MySQL Webcasts on Cluster, MySQL on Windows, MySQL Enterprise Edition, NoSQL access to MySQL, and Building High Performance and High Traffic PHP applications are available for registration!



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MySQL 5.6 — InnoDB and Memcached
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One of the more exciting new features in MySQL 5.6 is the InnoDB to Memcached interface. Basically memcached runs as a daemon plugin and can bypass the SQL optimizer and parser for NoSQL access.

The first step is to download the new MySQL 5.6 with the InnoDB-Memcache preview. Sorry, Linux only at this time. And install memcached.

Second, run the provided configuration script mysql> < scripts/innodb_memcached_config.sql. This will do a lot of the work to get things running out of the box and one of the links below details what is happening behind the scenes when you run the script. Third, load the plugin mysql> install plugin daemon_memcached soname “libmemcached.so”;. Forth, to make sure we can see recently inserted data, you will need to set the transaction level mysql> set

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MySQL Conference Day 2 Thoughts
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Keynotes

The keynote was kick started by Marten Mickos.  If you've never met Marten, he is, on a personal note, one of the greatest CEOs I've ever met.  The keynotes were especially interesting for me because it was the first time I've had the opportunity to listen to Jonathan Schwartz, the CEO of Sun Microsystems.  Jonathan seems like a great guy who gives the impression he "gets it".

The last keynote was by Werner Vogels of Amazon.  His talk covered Amazon's growth and the new services they offer including EC2.  He announced that EC2 now supports persistent storage, which is a huge improvement, but doesn't quite solve all of the problems.

Testing PHP/MySQL Applications with PHPUnit/DbUnit

I've never been big into testing, but I'm trying to

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