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MySQL Shell Dump & Load part 4: Dump Instance & Schemas

MySQL Shell 8.0.21 comes with two utilities which can be used to perform logical dumps of all the schemas from an instance (util.dumpInstance()) or selected schemas (util.dumpSchemas()). These tools offer major performance improvements over the mysqldump utility, some of our benchmarks show a throughput up to 3GB/s!…

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MySQL Shell Dump & Load part 3: Load Dump

Introduced in MySQL Shell 8.0.21, the new MySQL Shell Dump and Load utilities has as its main goal to minimize the time needed to create and restore logical dumps of large data sets.

Through heavy parallelization and other techniques, we were able to reduce the time needed for these tasks by an order of magnitude compared to previous dump utilities.…

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MySQL Shell Dump & Load part 2: Benchmarks

This second part about the new MySQL Shell Dump & Load utilities aims to demonstrate the performance while also comparing it with various other logical dump and load tools available: mysqldump, mysqlpump & mydumper.

To make the numbers more meaningful, I used several real world production datasets that are available online: stackoverflow.com

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MySQL Shell Dump & Load part 1: Demo!

MySQL Shell 8.0.21 includes some exciting new utilities to create a logical dump and do a logical restore, with a focus on ease of use, performance and integration. In MySQL Shell 8.0.17, we already introduced a multi-threaded CSV import utility util.importTable()

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What’s New in MySQL Shell 8.0.21

The MySQL team is proud to announce the general availability of version 8.0.21 of the MySQL Shell.

MySQL Shell Logical Dump and Load Utilities

A new suite of logical dump utilities was introduced in MySQL Shell 8.0.21.
util.dumpInstance(), util.dumpSchemas() and util.loadDump()

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Hiding instances on MySQL InnoDB Cluster/ReplicaSet

MySQL Router is a core component of InnoDB Cluster/ReplicaSet that enables the automatic routing of client traffic to the right instances of your database architecture. Router can automatically adapt to topology changes, however, there are some scenarios on which one would certainly benefit from having the possibility to tag an instance with a certain attribute that indicates a specific behavior change to Router’s default behavior.…

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MySQL Shell AdminAPI – What’s new in 8.0.21?

The MySQL Development Team is happy to announce a new 8.0 Maintenance Release of MySQL Shell AdminAPI – 8.0.21!

As always, we have listened to the growing community of users and introduced a very useful feature for any production deployment of MySQL InnoDB Cluster or ReplicaSet.…

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MySQL Shell AdminAPI – What’s new in 8.0.20?

The MySQL Development Team is happy to announce a new 8.0 Maintenance Release of MySQL Shell AdminAPI – 8.0.20!

Following the previous exciting release, on which InnoDB ReplicaSet was introduced, we focused on improving the management of ReplicaSets but also, most importantly, InnoDB cluster.…

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Make It Smarter: Tuning MySQL Client Request Routing for Tungsten Connector

Overview The Skinny

In this blog post we explore various options for tuning MySQL traffic routing in the Tungsten Connector for better control of the distribution.

A Tungsten Cluster relies upon the Tungsten Connector to route client requests to the master node or optionally to the slaves. The Connector makes decisions about where to route requests based on a number of factors.

This blog post will focus on the Load Balancer algorithms available via configuration that allow you to adjust the routing behavior of the Connector, along with ways to debug the Connector Load Balancer’s routing decisions.

The Question Recently, a customer asked us:

How do I know which load balancer algorithm is in use by the Connector? And how do we enable debug logging for the Connector load balancer?

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MySQL Shell AdminAPI – What’s new in 8.0.19?

The MySQL Development Team is thrilled to announce a new 8.0 Maintenance Release of MySQL Shell AdminAPI – 8.0.19!

This release sets the bar higher, by introducing a new integrated solution based on a very well known Replication technology – MySQL InnoDB ReplicaSet!

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