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MySQL tracing session/thread activity

In my last blog post we have seen how we can easily collect general MySQL status information using the sys.diagnostics() procedure. What about a single session/thread ? Is there built-in way to easily trace a target thread/session activity (ex: transactions/ statements/stage/wait events) like using an oracle SQL trace ?

The procedure “ps_trace_thread()” introduced in MySQL 5.7 allow monitoring a specific thread. This procedure is based on Mark Leith work in his blog post A Big Bag of Epic Awesomeness. (I love the title :))

It will  captures as much information on the thread activity as possible depending on the actual …

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Laravel 5.8 REST CRUD API Tutorial - Build a CRM [PART 1]: Eloquent Models and Relationships

Laravel 5.8 is recently released with many improvements so we'll be learning, throughout this tutorial how to create an example CRUD application from scratch. The application we'll be building is a simple CRM with a MySQL database.

You can see this Upgrade Guide for instructions on how to upgrade an existing web application from Laravel 5.7 to Laravel 5.8

Tutorial Prerequisites

This tutorial has some prerequisites

You have at least PHP 7.1.3 installed on your development machine, Working experience of PHP. The OpenSSL, PDO, Mbstring, Tokenizer, XML, Ctype, JSON and BCMath PHP extensions installed with your PHP version. The MySQL database management system, Composer (A PHP dependency management for PHP) installed on your machine. You can head to the official website for instructions how to download install it.

If you have these prerequisites, let's get started by creating our first Laravel 5.8 project. …

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MySQL overall server status report

Has MySQL a built-in way to easily take a look at the overall server status without the need to execute many different custom query or program ? Maybe something similar to an oracle AWR report ?

Starting with MySQL 5.7.9 and later we can use the SYS procedure “diagnostics()” for that which rely the information available on the PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA !

Let’s give it a try  by generating a HTML report for the currently running instance (starts an iteration every 30 seconds and runs for at most 60 seconds using the current Performance Schema settings ) :


mysql -u root -p -H -e"CALL sys.diagnostics(60, 30, 'current');" > ./current_instance_report.html

The report contain information such as :

Wait event :

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Tungsten Clustering 6.0.5 and Tungsten Replicator 6.0.5 Released

Continuent is pleased to announce that Tungsten Clustering 6.0.5 and Tungsten Replicator 6.0.5 are now available!

Our v6.0.5 release fixes a number of bugs and introduces some new features, with improvements across the board in a variety of different components.

Some of the key improvements include:

  • A new Clustering utility script has been added to the release, tungsten_reset_manager, which assists with the graceful reset of the manager’s dynamic state files on disk.
  • Fixed an issue where the tpm command would allocate inconsistent THL listener ports for the Composite Multimaster (CMM) topology.
  • MySQL ping commands are now reconnected/retried upon “server gone away” error (Proxy mode ONLY).
  • mysql_checker_query script was returning …
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How to Run and Configure ProxySQL 2.0 for MySQL Galera Cluster on Docker

ProxySQL is an intelligent and high-performance SQL proxy which supports MySQL, MariaDB and ClickHouse. Recently, ProxySQL 2.0 has become GA and it comes with new exciting features such as GTID consistent reads, frontend SSL, Galera and MySQL Group Replication native support.

It is relatively easy to run ProxySQL as Docker container. We have previously written about how to run ProxySQL on Kubernetes as a helper container or as a Kubernetes service, which is based on ProxySQL 1.x. In this blog post, we are going to use the new version ProxySQL 2.x which uses a different approach for Galera Cluster configuration. …

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Django Authentication with a MySQL Database— Login, Logout and Password Change/Reset

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to easily add a complete authentication system to your Django application with login, logout and password change and reset functionalities.

We'll be using Django with a MySQL database.

We'll also be using django-crispy-forms and Bootstrap 4 for styling the application UI.

Prerequisites

Let's start with the prerequisites for this tutorial. In order to follow the tutorial step by step, you'll need a few requirements, such as:

Basic knowledge of Python, Working knowledge of Django (django-admin.py and manage.py), A recent version of Python 3 installed on your system (the latest version is 3.7), MySQL database installed on your system.

We will be using pip and venv which are bundled as modules in recent versions of Python so you don't actually need to install them unless you are working with old versions.

If you are ready, lets go started!

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How To Test and Deploy Kubernetes Operator for MySQL(PXC) in OSX/macOS?

In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to test Kubernetes locally on OSX/macOS. Testing Kubernetes without having access to a cloud operator in a local lab is not as easy as it sounds. I’d like to share some of my experiences in this adventure. For those who have already experienced in Virtualbox & Vagrant combination, I can tell you that it doesn’t work. Since Kubernetes will require virtualization, setting another virtual environment within another VirtualBox has several issues. After trying to bring up a cluster for a day or two, I gave up my traditional lab and figured out that Kubernetes has an alternate solution called minikube.

Installation

If your OSX/macOS doesn’t have brew I strongly recommend …

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Upcoming Webinar Thurs 3/21: MySQL Performance Schema in 1 hour

Please join Percona’s Principal Support Engineer, Sveta Smirnova, as she presents MySQL Performance Schema in 1 hour on Thursday, March 21st, 2019, at 10:00 am PDT (UTC-7) / 1:00 pm EDT (UTC-4).

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MySQL 8.0 Performance Schema is a mature tool, used by humans and monitoring products. It was born in 2010 as “a feature for monitoring server execution at a low level.” The tool has grown over the years with performance fixes and DBA-faced features. In this webinar, I will give …

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MySQL Security – MySQL Enterprise Data Masking and De-Identification

MySQL Enterprise Data Masking and De-Identification hides sensitive information by replacing real values with substitutes in order to protect sensitive data while they are still look real and consistent.

MySQL Connection Handling and Scaling

In this post we describe MySQL connections, user threads, and scaling. We hope that an increased understanding of how MySQL works will help application developers and system administrators to make good choices and trade-offs. We describe how connections work in a plain community server and we do not cover related topics such as thread pooling, resource groups, or connection multiplexing in this post.…

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