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Falcon Test

I just downloaded Falcon and was running some tests. I was getting an error:

C:\MySQL\bin>mysqladmin version status proc 
mysqladmin: connect to server at 'localhost' failed
error: 'Access denied for user 'ODBC'@'localhost' 
                             (using password: NO)'

To fix this error, just add a -u parameter, i.e.:

C:\MySQL\bin>mysqladmin version status proc -u root
mysqladmin  Ver 8.42 Distrib 6.0.2-alpha, for Win32 on ia32
Copyright (C) 2000-2006 MySQL AB
This software comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free 
software, and you are welcome to modify and redistribute it 
under the GPL license
Server version          6.0.2-alpha-community-nt-debug
Protocol version        10
Connection              localhost via TCP/IP
TCP port                3306
Uptime:                 27 min 43 sec
Threads: 1  Questions: 4  Slow queries: 0  Opens: 15  Flush tables: 1  
Open tables: 8  Queries …
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Been busy,

I have been very busy this past months, with both personal crisis and mega-patches. This is my MySQL blog so lets keep it to topic.
A couple of weeks ago, the plugins mega-patch was finally pushed and was released to the world in version 5.1.18. Thanks to Ingo and Sergei for keeping up the effort while I was occupied. As part of the code push, InnoDB code was stripped out of the main mysqld code and stored where it belongs, within Innobase's code. This is an exciting development as it now makes it easier than ever for plugin developers to create plugins without having to modify any existing code within mysqld. It has taken many months to get to this point but we are finally there. Anyone remember our CEO announcing the plugin initutive back when Innobase was acquired by Oracle? October 2005, I believe.

Since that push, I am back on bug-fixing... I have an annoying bug on Itanic with Intel's Itanic Compiler. (Yeah, I know the …

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I came back from a two-week snowboarding trip to Zermatt -- my first to Switzerland, and what an excellent trip that was. Great powder, great freeriding, great weather. Will post some photos once I've sorted through them, but in the meantime, Sanna took some as well and posted them to her moblog.

On another note, I haven't mentioned Jim Starkey's comments to my previous post, but they're good reading to everyone interested in MySQL, with clarifications to some things I misunderstood in the documentation. I'm glad to hear that the "serial writes" don't in fact mean just one thread writing, as well as that he believes the engine will at a later stage allow multiple tablespaces per logical database.

MySQL and Falcon

One of the unique elements of MySQL is the ability to use a different storage engine to store your data. You can even mix and match storage engines within the same database.

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