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An update on the MariaDB Audit Plugin and a new version of it
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I’m happy to announce that a new version of the MariaDB Audit Plugin is available. Version 1.1.5 can be downloaded here. As you can see the Audit Plugin is available from SkySQL, who has developed the plugin.

However, now with the Audit Plugin being GA for a couple of months since 7th of November last year and customers using it in production, SkySQL has decided to contribute the Audit Plugin to the MariaDB project and I’m happy to tell you that starting from MariaDB versions 5.5.37 and 10.0.9 the Audit Plugin will be included by default. Notice …

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Zyme Relies on MySQL Enterprise Edition to Deliver High Quality Global Channel Insights to Customers
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Zyme, based in Redwood Shores, California, is the global leading provider of Channel Data Management (CDM) solutions to companies selling through indirect channels. For high tech and consumer electronic products alone, over $1 trillion USD worth of goods are flowing through those indirect sales channels every year. However, when companies sell products through multi-tier channel partners and retailers around the world, it has proven to be challenging in acquiring global, standardized channel inventory and sales data cost-effectively. As a result, companies lacking of such critical information often miss the …

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MariaDB-related links in November 2013
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Another month has come to an end. If you’re looking to be updated on MariaDB content on a regular basis, don’t forget to be on Twitter (@mariadb), Facebook (MariaDB.dbms), or Google Plus (+mariadb).

There was a question on Quora – Is Facebook considering ditching MySQL in favor of MariaDB like Google …

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News : MariaDB Audit Plugin beta is out
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By going to the download section of  SkySQL website  some users have noticed “MariaDB Audit Plugin”. This auditing feature for MySQL has been requested by more and more customers. Legal constraints make it mandatory for more and more companies to keep logging information about database access and activity.

It is very important for the MySQL [...]

Speaking at MySQL Connect
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The MySQL Connect content catalog is published, and I’ll be leading a hands-on lab on MySQL Enterprise Features in Practice [HOL9787].  If you have wondered how to get the most out of the …

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Understanding max_connect_errors
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To only slightly misquote one of the greatest movies of all times:

You keep using that option.  I do not think it means what you think it means.

 

Perhaps like many users, I had certain assumptions about what max_connect_errors really does – but in looking closely as part of investigating the new PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA.HOST_CACHE table in MySQL 5.6, I learned that some very fundamental elements had escaped my notice.  I’m writing this blog post to help others who hold similar …

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Practical P_S: Finding the KILLer
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In a previous post, I described how to leverage PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA in MySQL 5.6 to identify connections which had not been properly closed by the client.  One possible cause of connections being closed without explicit request from the client is when another process issues a KILL CONNECTION command:

mysql> SHOW GLOBAL STATUS LIKE 'aborted_clients';
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| Variable_name   | Value |
+-----------------+-------+
| Aborted_clients | 0     |
+-----------------+-------+
1 row in set …
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Practical P_S: From which hosts are connections being attempted?
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MySQL Server has an aborted_connect status counter which will show you the number of failed attempts to establish a new connection.  The manual describes potential causes as follows:

  • A client does not have privileges to connect to a database.
  • A client uses an incorrect password.
  • A connection packet does not contain the right information.
  • It takes more than …
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MySQL Policy-Based Auditing Webinar Recording Now Availabile
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For those who missed the live event, the recording of the "How to Add Policy-Based Auditing to your MySQL Applications" webinar is now available.  You can view it here.

This presentation builds on my earlier blog post on MySQL Enterprise Audit that was announced at MySQL Connect in late September.  The web presentation expands on the introductory blog and covers:

  • The regulatory problem to be solved (internal audit, PCI, …
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How to Add Policy-based Audit Compliance to your existing MySQL applications
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As a follow up to an earlier blog on the subject, please join us today at 0900 US PT to learn how to easily add policy-based auditing compliance to your existing MySQL applications.  This brief, informative session will provide an overview of the new MySQL Enterprise Audit plugin and will include a simple, practical step-by-step "how to" approach to get up and running with the new functionality.

You can learn more and secure your seat for the presentation here.

 Thanks for your continued support of MySQL!

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