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Installing MySQL in Solaris 10 zones / containers

Now that installing MySQL in Solaris zones is even officially supported by the MySQL support group (see http://www.mysql.com/about/legal/supportpolicies/policies-06.html#q03), the question is: What is the right way of installing MySQL in a zone. Of course this depends on what you want to achieve. The following description is based on Solaris 10. On Opensolaris this is different (somewhat easier, as there are no more sparse root zones.)
If you run a local zone as a whole root zone, you can easily install MySQL from tarball or the package installer.
If you run a local zone as a sparse root zone, there are different options:
First you cannot use the package installer, as this procedure will copy binaries to /usr/bin. But /usr/bin is inherited from the global zone and write protected. You have to use the tarball installation. …

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Solaris Cluster + MySQL Demo at a Exhibition Hall near you

Hi,

If by any chance you are at the MySQL user conference in Santa Clara conference center, there are some great possibilities to see MySQL and Solaris Cluster in action.

We have a demo at the exhibition hall, where you can see MySQL with zone cluster and MySQL with SC Geographic Edition.

I will host a birds of a feather at Wednesday 4/22/09 evening in meeting room 205 at 7 pm. The Title is "Configuring MySQL in Open HA Cluster, an Easy Exercise" check out the details here

I will give a presentation at Thursday 4/23/09 morning 10:50 in Ballroom G, the title is "Solutions for High Availability …

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Solaris Cluster + MySQL Demo at a Exhibition Hall near you

Hi,

If by any chance you are at the MySQL user conference in Santa Clara conference center, there are some great possibilities to see MySQL and Solaris Cluster in action.

We have a demo at the exhibition hall, where you can see MySQL with zone cluster and MySQL with SC Geographic Edition.

I will host a birds of a feather at Wednesday 4/22/09 evening in meeting room 205 at 7 pm. The Title is "Configuring MySQL in Open HA Cluster, an Easy Exercise" check out the details here

I will give a presentation at Thursday 4/23/09 morning 10:50 in Ballroom G, the title is "Solutions for High Availability …

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Solaris Cluster + MySQL Demo at a Exhibition Hall near you

Hi,

If by any chance you are at the MySQL user conference in Santa Clara conference center, there are some great possibilities to see MySQL and Solaris Cluster in action.

We have a demo at the exhibition hall, where you can see MySQL with zone cluster and MySQL with SC Geographic Edition.

I will host a birds of a feather at Wednesday 4/22/09 evening in meeting room 205 at 7 pm. The Title is "Configuring MySQL in Open HA Cluster, an Easy Exercise" check out the details here

I will give a presentation at Thursday 4/23/09 morning 10:50 in Ballroom G, the title is "Solutions for High Availability …

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Cloning zones

THIS BLOG POST GIVES WRONG ADVICE. DON'T DO THIS!

Creating a datacenter in one Solaris machine

There is a big event coming: Cebit!And with that I took the task to implement a demo for MySQL Enterprise Monitor to show at the Sun booth. So I need a machine for the enterprise monitor and some machines to run MySQL databases. After all I need something to monitor.So the setup will be an Ultra 24 desktop machine installed with OpenSolaris 2008.11 . For every machine I will install a zone to run a separate database and one zone to run the enterprise monitor.
So here is my first round of experiences: Installing a template container on OpenSolaris and cloning …

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Pear::Date Returned Timezone is Wrong

Background Knowledge

I’m trying to determine the difference in minutes between two timestamps. I’m using Pear::Date to do this. The issue comes into play when I noticed that the wrong timezone was being used by Pear::Date, UTC. If I do not use Pear::Date the timezone is set correctly.

I have tried using date_default_timezone_set() and it does set the timezone back, however I feel this shouldn’t be necessary as the default timezone should be used. I have been using date_default_timezone_get() to determine what timezone is being used.

It’s my understanding that Pear::Date uses UTC when it is unable to determine the default timezone. As far as I know I have the default timezone set correctly and with a …

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