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IPv6 support in Group Replication

In 8.0.14, we add to Group Replication (GR) the ability to use IPv6 in all of its network-related configuration parameters. This means that now you can take advantage of this technology and “rock” those billion addresses using MySQL Group Replication.

What’s New

When you operate a Group Replication group, some variables use network addresses, mainly:

  • group_replication_local_address;
  • group_replication_ip_whitelist
  • group_replication_group_seeds;
  • group_replication_force_members.

Group Replication now interacts with the Group Communication Engine more efficiently

MySQL 8.0.14 comes with a plethora of new features. Some of the new Group Replication features have userfacing options, some impact user-facing options, and others stay completely under the hood. This post will present one of the under-the-hood changes in MySQL 8.0.14: the way the Group Replication layer interacts with the underlying …

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Extending replication instrumentation: account for memory used in XCom

Version 8.0.12 added many great new features to MySQL. One of the new features included is the memory instrumentation of the XCom cache, which allows users to view and monitor the memory utilization of the cache by querying Performance Schema (PS).…

Group Replication: coping with unreliable failure detection

Failure detection is a cornerstone of distributed systems as it determines which components are working properly or not, allowing it to tackle both network and host instabilities and failures. Like many other distributed systems, Group Replication (GR) requires a majority of correctly operating group members to work properly.…

More P_S Instrumentation for Group Replication

In order to improve observability and manageability of MySQL Group Replication (GR), we enhanced its instrumentation in MySQL 8.0.4. With these goals in mind, we have extended the usage of Performance Schema (P_S) from this plugin to the included Group Communication System (GCS) module as well as its submodule eXtended Communications (XCom) which are responsible for all communication involved in the dissemination of transactions to other MySQL instances.…

“The king is dead, long live the king”: Our Paxos-based consensus

In this blog post, we will describe our Paxos-based solution, named eXtended COMmunications, or simply XCOM, which is a key component in the MySQL Group Replication.

XCOM is responsible for disseminating transactions to MySQL instances that are members in a group and for managing their membership.…

Order from Chaos: Member Coordination in Group Replication

We are very excited about the next release of MySQL Group Replication 0.9.0 in MySQL 5.7.15 and the great work that has been done to improve its stability. Release after release, MySQL Group Replication becomes more stable and more user-friendly and has reached a maturity level that made us declare 0.9.0 a release candidate.…

OpenStack Days East — MySQL Options in OpenStack

I recently had the pleasure of attending the first OpenStack Days East conference in NYC. This was the first OpenStack Days event that we’ve had on the East Coast of the US, but I hope that it’s the first of many!…

MySQL Group Replication: Important Behavior and Configuration Changes.

Hi everyone, its been a while since the last release of Group Replication. During this period we have been working hard to improve the plugin and give you a better user experience. Focused on solving several existing bugs, address performance issues and improving user
experience we renamed some variables, introduced new ones and changed some of the plugin policies.…

MySQL Group Replication: A Quick Start Guide

With the new Group Replication Beta release—0.8 for MySQL 5.7.14—available for download on labs.mysql.com, I expect more and more people to begin engaging in various forms of proof-of-concept attempts. So I wanted to create a “quick start guide” (to replace this outdated getting started post) focused on an example/test Linux environment, that covers how to get started, what a full working example test setup can look like, and also include some best practice and operations advice along the way.…

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