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New PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA defaults in MySQL 5.7.7

I thought it was worth a moment to reiterate on the new Performance Schema related defaults that MySQL 5.7.7 brings to the table, for various reasons.

For one, most of you might have noticed that profiling was marked as deprecated in MySQL 5.6.7. So it is expected that you invest into learning more about Performance Schema (and Mark’s sys schema!).

Second, there are lots of virtual environments and appliances out there running Community Edition MySQL where Performance Schema can be a useful tool for analyzing performance. Thus, expect to see more articles about using PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA and SYS_SCHEMA from us!

Third, we have more and more junior readers who might benefit from light reads such as this.

The new defaults that I wanted to highlight are mentioned in the …

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What stopped MySQL? Tracing back signals sent to MySQL

Have you ever had a case where you needed to find a process which sent a HUP/KILL/TERM or other signal to your database? Let me rephrase. Did you ever have to find which process messed up your night? If so, you might want to read on. I’m going to tell you how you can find it.

Granted, on small and/or meticulously managed systems tracking down the culprit is probably not a big deal. You can likely identify your process simply by checking what processes have enough privileges to send mysqld a HUP/KILL/TERM signal. However, frequently we see cases where this may not work or the elimination process would be too tedious to execute.

We recently had a case where a process was frequently sending SIGHUPs to mysqld and the customer asked us to see if we could get rid of his annoyance. This blog is the direct result of a discussion I had with my colleague …

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