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How To Skip Replication Errors in GTID-Based Replication

In this blog, I’m going to discuss how to easily skip the replication errors in GTID (Global Transaction Identifier)-based replication.

In the MySQL world, if replication is broken we all use the famous SET GLOBAL SQL_SLAVE_SKIP_COUNTER=1; to skip the replication error. It always works if it’s a traditional binlogs events-based replication and is helpful to quickly resume the replication. But does this same method work for GTID-based replication? Let’s see.

In GTID-based replication, skipping a replication error in a broken replica is not as simple as binlogs-based replication. We have one old blog post — Repair MySQL 5.6 GTID replication by injecting empty transactions —where one of our colleagues showed us one way to skip and fix the replication.

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FIDO Authentication in Percona Server for MySQL 8.0.30-22

Percona Server for MySQL 8.0.30-22 introduces a new authentication plugin, named authentication_fido. With this new plugin, it is possible to perform multi-factor authentication using hardware keys, or single-factor passwordless authentication with the same keys. This new plugin is in technical preview.

The plugin works exactly the same as the MySQL Enterprise FIDO authentication plugin, which is documented in detail in the official MySQL documentation and in the Percona Server for MySQL documentation

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CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder union() and unionAll() methods

UNION and UNION ALL set operators return the combined rows from 1 or more SELECT queries. CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder now supports UNION and UNION ALL queries with the $builder->union() and $builder->unionAll() methods respectively. Learn how to create these types of queries in this article.

This article and many to follow, are part of a series of articles I am writing and sharing as I learn new concepts when I learn them. I think of it as a duty in sharing the things I learn as a self-taught developer. We all need to support one another as we continue to learn and grow. #buildinpublic #learninpublic #indiehackers #developer

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LDAP Improvements in Percona Server for MySQL 8.0.30-22

Percona Server for MySQL 8.0.30-22 introduces several improvements for the LDAP plugin: SASL support, support for fallback servers, and support for LDAP-based authorization. All improvements are in technical preview.

A description of the existing plugin features and usage instructions are available in the earlier blog post introducing the LDAP simple plugin, and in the Percona Server for MySQL documentation.

SASL connections

We introduced a new plugin similar to the MySQL …

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Importance of Delay Replica in Data Recovery: Recover Deleted Records

What is a Delay Replica and how does it help?

MySQL Replication is useful, easy to set up, and used for very different purposes. For example:

  • split reads and writes
  • run data mining or reporting processes on them
  • disaster recovery

To learn more, check out How Does MySQL Replication Work?

It’s important to mention that a replication server is not a backup by itself. A mistake on the source, for example, a DROP DATABASE or an UPDATE without a WHERE clause will be replicated nearly instantly to all replica servers. Simply having a replica is not going to be helpful here. How can we avoid that kind of mistake? By having a replica server that intentionally lags behind.

We can never avoid human error in database infrastructure operations. But …

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High Memory Usage on ProxySQL Server

ProxySQL is a very useful tool for gaining high availability, load balancing, query routing, query caching, query rewriting, multiplexing, and data masking. It is a proven tool and is used largely in production. There can be an instance of ProxySQL using a lot of memory on the server. This post is related to one of the causes that can use memory on the ProxySQL server and how we handle it.

Explanation

How do we know where the memory is getting used?

Proxysql has a stats database which we can see with an admin login. This database contains metrics gathered by ProxySQL concerning its internal functioning.

This post mostly talks about stats in MySQL query digest in ProxySQL.

Memory used by query digest can grow unlimited, and you can query the memory usage with the below query with an admin login. The memory usage is shown in bytes. 

MySQL [(none)]> select * from …
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Percona’s MySQL Audit Log Plugin – An Enterprise Feature at a Community Price

The need to audit who is using a database and their activities is crucial in many environments. This functionality is available in the free, open source Audit Plugin that is included in Percona Server for MySQL.

The prerequisite for installing Percona’s Audit Log Plugin is to first install Percona Server for MySQL. Percona Server for MySQL is a drop-in replacement for MySQL.

The Audit Log Plugin itself is easy to install requiring only a shared object library to be loaded from a MySQL client program with INSTALL PLUGIN audit_log SONAME ‘audit_log.so’;.

stoker@testbox:~/Downloads$ mysql -u root -p mysql
Enter password:
Reading table information for completion of table and column names
You can turn off this feature to get a quicker startup with -A

Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g.
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Tail Latencies in Percona Server because of InnoDB Stalls on Empty Free List

If, in Percona Server, you are observing tail latencies on queries that should be fast, this might be a side effect of Percona's improved InnoDB Empty Free List Algorithm.  When using this algorithm (the default in 5.6 and 5.7 and optional configuration in 8.0), a query needing a free page while none are available waits until the LRU Manager Thread refills the free list.  Because this thread is

Upload Ongoing MyDumper Backups to S3

If you are using MyDumper as your Logical Backup solution and you store your backups on S3, you need to take a local backup and then upload it to S3. But what if there is not enough space to hold the backup on the server where we are taking the backup? Even if we have enough disk space, we will need to wait until the end to start to upload the files, making the whole process longer.

MyDumper implemented stream backup in v0.11.3 and we have been polishing the code since then. We also implemented two ways of executing external commands:

--exec-per-thread: The worker that is getting the data from the database will write and redirect to the STDIN of the external command. It will be similar to execute cat FILE | command per every written and closed file.

--exec: In this case, the worker writes in the local storage and when the file is closed, the filename is enqueued. The exec threads are …

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PHP 8.0 Reaches End of Life

While the LAMP stack – Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP – is not the dominant platform it was a decade ago, there are still many websites that depend on it. One of the pillars of this quartet had a milestone last week when PHP 8.0 passed into End Of Life status. While it will still have limited security issue support for another year, 8.0 should be phased out of your environments.

By the way, 8.1 has another year until it reaches End of Life status.

So please update your PHP 8.0 as soon as you can, double check the connector you are using to access your database is updated too, and make sure you are ready for 8.1’s future.

And make sure that if you are currently running MySQL 5.7 that you upgrade by October 2023 when it too reaches End of Life.

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