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Running multiple instances on the same hardware
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Currently we have one database cluster with 15 different schemas – these schemas could be either schemas which contain “real” data, or just schemas with metadata. I guess the next evolutionary step of our database stack would be to split up the database cluster vertically along these schemas. All the data schemas should be moved to standalone mysql instances, […]

Managing MySQL with MySQL Sandbox?
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Normally I like to use the OS’s package manager to manage the software on my system. This ensures that things are done consistently. When managing MySQL I’d also like to manage all my instances the same way. That makes life easier for me but also for my fellow DBAs and sysadmin colleagues.

I use CentOS and the rpm packages it provides and these work quite well. However, the MySQL rpms do not allow me to manage single and multiple instances alike and while mysqld runs as the mysql user the instance management needs to be done …

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