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17 Years of Insecure MySQL Client !

Yes, this is a catchy title, but it is true, and it got you reading this post :-).  Another title could have been “Please load this mysql-dump: what could go wrong ?”.  As you guessed, loading a dump is not a risk-free operation.  In this post, I explain how the insecure MySQL client makes this operation risky and how to protect against it.

And if you think this post is not

Percona Monitoring and Management Setup on Kubernetes with NGINX Ingress for External Databases

It’s a common scenario to have a Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) server running on Kubernetes and also desire to monitor databases that are running outside the Kubernetes cluster. The Ingress NGINX Controller is one of the most popular choices for managing the inbound traffic to K8s. It acts as a reverse proxy and load […]

Ask Me Anything About MySQL 5.7 to 8.0 Post EOL

We met with Vinicius Grippa, a Senior Support Engineer at Percona. He is also active in the open source community and was recognized as a MySQL Rock Star in 2023.In the previous interview with Vinicius, we discussed the upcoming End of Life (EOL) for MySQL 5.7. Now that MySQL 5.7 has reached EOL, MySQL 8 […]

Summer 2023: Fuzzing Vitess at PlanetScale

My name is Arvind Murty, and from May to July of 2023, I worked on Vitess via an internship with PlanetScale. I was first introduced to Vitess when I was in high school as a potential open-source project for me to work on. I had been interested in working on one because they’re a relatively easy way to get some real-world experience in large-scale software development. Vitess seemed like an good place to start, so I started contributing, mostly on internal cleanup.

dbdeployer Tutorial on Mac

Not very long ago (well, maybe a little longer, this post is in draft for more than a year), in the spawn of less than 5 days, I suggested many colleagues to reproduce a problem they had with MySQL in a "more simple environment".  Such more simple environment can be created with dbdeployer.  dbdeployer is a tool to create "MySQL Sandboxes" on a Mac (laptop or desktop) or on Linux (vm,

caching_sha2_password Support for ProxySQL Is Finally Available!

ProxySQL recently released version 2.6.0, and going through the release notes, I focused on the following:Added support for caching_sha2_password!This is great news for the community! The caching_sha2_password authentication method for frontend connections is now available. This has been a long-awaited feature …Why?Because in MySQL 8, caching_sha2_password has been the default authentication method. Starting from MySQL […]

Learning SQL Exercise

I’ve been using Alan Beaulieu’s Learning SQL to teach my SQL Development class with MySQL 8. It’s a great book overall but Chapter 12 lacks a complete exercise. Here’s all that the author provides to the reader. This is inadequate for most readers to work with to solve the concept of a transaction.

Exercise 12-1

Generate a unit of work to transfer $50 from account 123 to account 789. You will need to insert two rows into the transaction table and update two rows in the account table. Use the following table definitions/data:

                      Account:
account_id     avail_balance    last_activity_date
-----------    --------------   ------------------
       123               450    2019-07-10 20:53:27
       789               125    2019-06-22 15:18:35

                      Transaction:
txn_id    txn_date      account_id    txn_type_cd    amount
------    ----------    -------+--    -----------    ------
  1001 …
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How Missing Primary Keys Break Your Galera Cluster

Any Galera documentation about limitations will state that tables must have primary keys. They state that DELETEs are unsupported and other DMLs could have unwanted side-effects such as inconsistent ordering: rows can appear in different order on different nodes in your cluster.If you are not actively relying on row orders, this could seem acceptable. Deletes […]

How to Connect to a MySQL Database on a DigitalOcean Droplet Using dbForge Studio

Today, accessing and managing databases remotely is a fundamental skill for developers, system administrators, and anyone working with data-driven applications. In this article, we will demonstrate how to establish an SSH connection to a MySQL database on a DigitalOcean Droplet—a virtual private server that can host various applications and databases.

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How to Remove Duplicate Rows in MySQL

Duplicates pose an ongoing risk to the data consistency and the overall database efficiency. This article will explore the issue of duplicate records, including their origins, the effects they have on databases, and strategies for swiftly detecting and permanently removing duplicates.

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