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OurSQL Episode 191: Common Schema, part 1
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This week we start talking about common schema by Shlomi Noach. Ear Candy is some caveats about GTIDs and replication, and At the Movies is using jQuery, AJAX and PHP to insert data into MySQL.

News
In the news, the OurSQL podcast will change to a monthly format after episode 200. We love doing the podcast, but it is very time consuming and production is expensive. We will still bring quality episodes, they will just be spaced further apart.

Common Schema
Common Schema Google Code page

Installation section of the common schema documentation.

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OurSQL Episode 144: Biblical Tools, part 2
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This week we continue talking about the Openark Kit. Ear candy is the Percona Configuration Wizard, and At the Movies is a keynote from the SkySQL and MariaDB Solutions Day about the SkySQL and MariaDB merger and the MariaDB Foundation.

Openark Kit series:
Part 1
Part 3

Events
DB Hangops - every other Wednesay at noon Pacific time

Upcoming MySQL events (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/events/)

Training
SkySQL Trainings

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OurSQL Episode 136: Digging for Information
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We discuss INFORMATION_SCHEMA with plenty of examples on useful queries. In this week's Ear Candy, we talk about resident versus virtual memory on Linux, and in At the Movies has a video about MongoDB.

Events
DB Hangops in May will be Wed May 8th and 22nd noon pacific time.
Upcoming MySQL tech tours (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/events/)

Training
SkySQL Trainings
Tungsten University trainings

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OurSQL Episode 119: I Do DECLARE
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This week we talk more about stored routines, including the several different DECLARE statements. Ear Candy is about ssh hacks to make logging into multiple servers easy, and At the Movies is "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Deployment But Were Afraid to Ask".

Events
FOSDEM 2013 is taking place in Brussels, Belgium Sat Feb 2 - Sun Feb 3rd. Call for papers for the MySQL & Friends room closes December 21st.

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OurSQL Episode 118: Not Our Usual Routine
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This week we go over stored routine basics. Ear Candy is linux.die.net, online man pages for Linux, and At the Movies is key things that DBA need to know.

News
Open Source DBA's Holiday Gifts for MySQL DBAs - check out the CafePress link, many are positively funny.

Events
Oracle is having free Tech Tours for MySQL in Dublin, San Diego,


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OurSQL Episode 57: Eventual Discovery part 2
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This week we have feedback about Gazzang - Gazzang is using encryptfs for their encryption. According to their launchpad project page at https://launchpad.net/ecryptfs, "eCryptfs is a POSIX-compliant enterprise-class stacked cryptographic filesystem for Linux".

The main topic is the 2nd part of events:

What events log and where the event logs are
How errors show up in the error log
How events and their actions get logged to the binary logs (aka events and replication), including how the "ignore" and "do" replication limitations work with events. Manual page: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/stored-programs-logging.html

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OurSQL Episode 56: Eventual Discovery part 1
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This week is all about events - events in MySQL, and calls for papers for 2012 conferences.

Percona Live MySQL Conference & Expo call for papers opens soon. http://www.percona.com/live/mysql-conference-2012/

A session matrix for all of the MySQL sessions at Oracle OpenWorld is at http://bit.ly/oow11mysql.

MySQL Community Reception (free, no need to be registered to Oracle OpenWorld) - Tuesday, October 4, 2011 7-9 pm at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis Foothill G. RSVP for the *free* MySQL Community Reception.

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Video: External Language Stored Procedures
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At the 2008 MySQL User Conference and Expo, Eric Herman and Antony Curtis spoke about "External Language Stored Procedures". Download the slides, see people's notes, and more on the MySQL Forge Wiki at http://forge.mysql.com/wiki/MySQLConf2008ThursdayNotes#External_Language_Stored_Procedures

Log Buffer #72 ? a Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Welcome to the 72nd edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
Oracle OpenWorld (OOW) is over, and Lucas Jellema of the AMIS Technology blog notes the OOW Content Catalog has been updated with most of the presentations available for download.
On his way home from OOW, Chris Muir of the appropriately titled One Size Doesn’t Fit All blog notes how OOW and the Australian Oracle User Group Conference and OOW compare with regards to 99% fewer attendees in AUSOUG Perth conference - from 45k down to 350.  More »

Calling application on the database server from stored procedure or trigger
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I do not know enough about the subject to answer this, but I know the folks that read this do.

From: http://mysql.meetup.com/137/boards/view/viewthread?thread=2280640

Hi,

I wonder is there any way to call an application which resides on the database server computer from stored procedure or trigger? Is the language of stored procedures and triggers only restricted by SQL statements and some arithmetic operations?

It is interesting that Oracle and MS SQL Server already have this functionality. In Oracle it is Java stored procedure, in MS SQL Server it is called “extended stored procedure” where you can call C++ routine out of your stored procedure. It is difficult overestimate the convenience of being able to do some processing triggerted by the record insertion event.

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Simple E-mail address validator
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On the forge:
Simple E-mail address validator

This stored procedure is a simple e-mail address validator — it makes sure the e-mail address is in the format word@word.word, and makes sure there are no special characters:
( ) @ , ; : \ . [ ] */

I allow ” because technically you can have “word”@word.com.

Folks can easily add to this snippet to make it fully compliant with RFC822 if they want. (I got bored and didn’t really feel like adding all that other stuff in. )

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