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MySQL 8.0 Clone Plugin and its internal process.

MySQL 8 has recently released clone plugin which makes DBA’s task of rebuilding the DB servers more easy.

  • Cloning is a process of creating an exact copy of the original. In technical terms cloning alias to (Backup + Recovery), MySQL database cloning requires a sequence of actions to be performed manually or in a scripted fashion with and without the tools involved.
  • Cloning is the first step when you want to configure the replication slave or Joining a new server to the InnoDB cluster. There was no native support for auto provisioning earlier. Percona XtraDB Cluster (MySQL + Galera Cluster) does cloning using xtrabackup tool by default when a new node joins the cluster.
  • Now MySQL simplified this task, In this post, We will see how to clone the database using clone plugin and its internals.
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How free is your Open Source software…really?

With growing development and support costs as well as the need to maintain a sustainable business, it became apparent that maintaining the OSS release of Tungsten Replicator (TR) just wasn’t viable. Earlier this year we decided to close it down, instead focusing our efforts on improving and developing its commercial release whilst also growing our flagship commercial product, Tungsten Clustering.

For many businesses, Open Source Software (OSS) is still a very viable solution in many use cases, and I’m sure it will continue to be so for a long time, but I wanted to explore whether an OSS solution really is as free as the $0 price tag suggests.  In this blog I explore just that..

The hidden costs of OSS

Over the last few weeks I stumbled …

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Watch the Replay: Is “Free” Good Enough for Your MySQL Environment?

Business-Critical MySQL using open source is free, right?

Managed MySQL cloud services do not need database administrators, correct?

Well…

Think again – and watch the replay of this webinar with our partner Datavail hosted by Database Trends & Applications on whether free is good enough for business-critical MySQL database environments.

Listen in as Srinivasa Krishna, MySQL Practice Leader at Datavail, and Eero Teerikorpi, CEO & Founder at Continuent discuss the pros and cons of the DIY approach vs getting professional help in.

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Open Source India(OSI) 2019 & Mydbops

Since three years of our entity’s progression, Mydbops IT Solutions, Bangalore, have been an active participant of Open Source India (OSI) conference, conducted by Open Source For You Magazine which is part of EFY Group, New Delhi.

This annual event is an attempt by the team at Open Source For You magazine in partnership with India’s Open Source community and industry—to bring various stake-holders under one roof. The mission of OSI is simple—to accelerate development and deployment of Open Source in India, and beyond.

This year our floor presence has been shifted to the Entry Bay itself, contrasting from our previous presence at the sides of an Auditorium. This position is alongside the IT bigwig like, Microsoft. This development, show cases strides made in the past …

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Percona XtraDB Cluster 8.0 (experimental release) : SST Improvements

Starting with the experimental release of Percona XtraDB Cluster 8.0, we have made changes to the SST process to make the process more robust and easier to use.

  • mysqldump and rsync are no longer supported SST methods.

    Support for mysqldump was deprecated starting with PXC 5.7 and has now been completely removed.

    MySQL 8.0 introduced a new Redo Log format that limited the use of rsync while upgrading from PXC 5.7 to 8.0. In addition, the new Galera-4 also introduced changes that further limits the use of rsync.

    The only supported SST method is xtrabackup-v2.

  • A separate Percona XtraBackup installation is no longer required.

    The required …

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Join Pythian for Percona Live Europe 2019 Amsterdam

Percona Live is always a great opportunity to learn from the best and brightest in the open-source database community. This time, Percona Live Europe is being held at the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, The Netherlands from September 30 to October 2, 2019.

Pythian will be present, as has been the case for the past few years, with some of our technical experts speaking on a variety of subjects and technologies.

Feel free to ping any of us during the conference breaks or community events, as we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about anything open source, cloud, or data-related.

Here are some sessions you won’t want to miss:

Wednesday, October 2

9:00 AM – …

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InnoDB Cluster, Managing Async Integration

In MySQL 8.0.17 there have been a lot of updates to the MySQL set of offerings. We’ve introduced Cloning into InnoDB Cluster 8.0.17, advances with the MySQL-Router in 8.0.17 and MySQL continues to expand its collection of automation managed features. When Group Replication was first introduced in MySQL 5.7.17, there was considerably less to manage… Read More »

InnoDB Cluster, Managing Async Integration

In MySQL 8.0.17 there have been a lot of updates to the MySQL set of offerings. We’ve introduced Cloning into InnoDB Cluster 8.0.17, advances with the MySQL-Router in 8.0.17 and MySQL continues to expand its collection of automation managed features. When Group Replication was first introduced in MySQL 5.7.17, there was considerably less to manage… Read More »

What to expect at ProxySQL Technology Day in Ghent

On October 3rd ProxySQL will have it’s very first technology day. They have chosen the lovely city of Ghent, Belgium, my home town, as the place to be. For those attending Percona Live Europe in Amsterdam, this is a great opportunity to extend your stay for a bit and take a two-hour train ride from the Percona Live venue at Amsterdam airport to Ghent where you can get some additional ProxySQL-specific content.

The ProxySQL team has selected a few experienced speakers to come and talk about their product. Vlad Fedorkov from ProxySQL LLC will have two sessions. The first one will be about High Performance MySQL and the second one will be about traffic management and performance troubleshooting. Oracle’s MySQL Community Manager, Frederic Descamps, will talk about using ProxySQL with InnoDB Cluster (Group Replication) and Percona’s Marco Tusa …

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MySQL-Router 8.0.17 Linux integration and Group Replication metadata refresh

The MySQL Router is evolving quickly, seemingly following fast in areas that matter for InnoDB Cluster. For instance, this blog post from Jan Kneschke in MySQL-Router 8.0.16 an http webserver was added to support monitoring and management of the router instance.  The webserver stages the way for those things at least, which is great next… Read More »

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