This Thursday (December 11th), Philip Stoev will talk about the Random Query Generator, a new QA tool that generates pseudo-random queries targeted to exercise a specific part of the server being tested. It then executes those queries to check for crashes or assertions or to compare the results returned from two different servers (two versions, two different storage engines, optimizer flags, etc.). It is also able to execute queries against a replication master, constantly checking that the slave is okay and has not diverged.
Towards the end of the session, Philip will share his desktop and
show some live examples. Make sure to adjust your volume in case
the MySQL Server will utter agonized sounds.
Note that we'll be using a new session address / Dimdim URL:…[Read more]