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Speaking At The MySQL Users Conference
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My proposal has been accepted, yay!

I'll be speaking on a topic that I feel passionate about: MySQL Server Diagnostics Beyond Monitoring. MySQL has limitations when it comes to monitoring and diagnosing as it has been widely documented in several blogs.

My goal is to share my experience from the last few years and, hopefully, learn from what others have done. If you have a pressing issue, feel free to comment on this blog and I'll do my best to include the case in my talk and/or post a reply if the time allows.

I will …





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sar-sql Has A Wiki
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Finally settled for a wiki for sar-sql using Ubuntu's own wiki. Right now it only has my regular installation procedure. I will enhance and keep adding items as my time allows. I hope it will help to shape the future of the script.

Enjoy it with responsibility.

PS: I use the Kubuntu format because it is my desktop of choice.

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A Hard Look Into ReplicationFor some time now I've been struggling with a slave that invariably stays behind its master. I have been looking at every detail I can possibly think and in the process discovered a number of replication details I wasn't aware until now. I haven't too much information about them in the documentation, but they can affect the way you look at your slaves.
Seconds Behind MasterThis is the first value that to look at when evaluating replication, most of the monitoring systems I know of rely on it. According to the manual:


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sar-sql New Alpha Release
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I just uploaded a new tarball for sar-sql containing a few bug fixes, overall code improvements. I also added options to get a partial snapshot of SHOW SLAVE STATUS and SHOW MASTER STATUS. I chose only a few columns to avoid over complicating the project.

I plan one more round of heavy code changes, but no new features until I can stabilize the code enough to release it as beta.


Feel free to visit the project page in Launchpad to comment on the Blueprints, report new bugs and …




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