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New dbForge Fusion tools with Visual Studio 2019 Support

dbForge Fusion is a line of Visual Studio plugins designed to simplify database development and enhance data management capabilities. This line comprises three tools: dbForge Fusion for SQL Server, dbForge Fusion for MySQL, and dbForge Fusion for Oracle. We are happy to announce new updates for each of these tools which come with many improvements […]

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How to kill certain connections to a MySQL database

Maintenance of databases or servers is quite often performed by database administrators at night. But these routines sometimes get blocked by long-running queries or applications that hang onto locks much longer than expected. Regularly, priority is given to the application and maintenance routines are often canceled in order not to interfere with the application. But […]

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dbForge Studio for MySQL is a DBTA 2019 Finalist

DBTA (Database Trends and Applications) is a magazine delivering news and analysis on data science, big data, information management, and analytics. Every year, they conduct surveys among readers about various database-related software solutions to choose the best offers in a variety of categories such as ‘Best BI Solution’, ‘Best Cloud Database’, ‘Best Data Analytics Solution’, […]

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Setting up a High Availability for PMM

We have been working with PMM for quite a long time, we do most of the performance analysis with PMM for most of our clients. It also provides the flexibility that we have built our own custom dashboard. PMM has many advantages

  • Easy to deploy (docker based)
  • Flexible
  • Customizable
  • Query Analytics
  • One-stop solution for MySQL,Mongo,ProxySQL & PostgresSQL
  • Orchestrator
  • Rich and Deep metrics stats

Highly recommended for any production deployments its equivalent to Enterprise-grade monitoring and graphing tool.

Recently we have been working for our client on MySQL Consulting to scale peak sale of the year. Wherein we have deployed PMM to view the performance …

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MySQL load data infile made faster .

Loading any large file into MySQL server using the LOAD DATA INFILE is a time consuming process , because it is single threaded and it is a single transaction too. But with modern hardwares system resource is not a bottle neck. At Mydbops we focus on improving the efficiency of process as we value performance more. MySQL introduced the parallel load data operations in its latest minor release MySQL 8.0.17 . I had the curiosity to test this feature and wanted to know, how it can improve the data loading comparing to the existing single threaded method  . Through this blog I am going to  compare the both methods .

Remember you can use the parallel data loading utility only via MySQL Shell .

Internal Work Flow :

This section describes the …

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Column Level Masking on MySQL

Data is an invaluable asset to any organisation and every data should not be viable to all DB users. I had a requirement from one of our Support client to hide (mask) a few columns to the end user. Those columns contains sensitive information like payment details and mobile numbers.

In this blog post I am going to explain the how data masking features in Maxscale can be benefitted in such use case.

Maxscale Masking

Masking filter was introduced on the Maxscale 2.1 version . Below is a simple scenario. The columns “name” and “mobile” from the table student has to be masked.

[root@labs7.mydbops.com ~]# maxscale --version                                                           MaxScale 2.3.6

#Table Structure 

mysql> show create table student\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************
       Table: …
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Apply Integrity Constraint to Your MySQL Database With the Help of dbForge Studio!

Our database tools team is pleased to announce the release of our dbForge MySQL products with a CHECK constraint support. We are looking forward to seeing our customers benefit from it in their everyday work. The fact that MySQL doesn’t support CHECK Constraints syntax caused lots of inconveniences to the developers and DBAs. That deviation […]

Backing Up All MySQL Server Databases or Only the Required Ones

When having only several databases to manage, regular backup operations can be done quite easily and seamlessly either with the help of a few simple scripts or by configuring an SQL Server agent that will perform the backup automatically. But sometimes the situation is more complicated. When, for instance, there are hundreds of databases, backing […]

Flashback Recovery in MariaDB/MySQL Servers

In this blog, we will see how to do a flashback recovery or rolling back the data in MariaDB, MySQL and Percona.

As we know the saying  “All humans make mistakes”, following that in Database environment the data modified accidentally can bring havoc to any organisations.

Recover the lost data

  • The data can be recovered from the latest full backup or incremental backup when data size is huge it could take hours to restore it.
  • From backup of Binlogs.
  • Data can also be recovered from delayed slaves, this case would be helpful when the mistake is found immediately, within the period of delay.

We can use anyone of the above ways or other that can help to recover the lost data, but what really matters is, What is the …

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ProxySQL Series : ProxySQL Backup Startegies

Introduction

            We are well aware that ProxySQL is one of the leading SQL aware proxy for MySQL. In this blog I am going to explain the backup & restore strategies of the ProxySQL . I think, still there is not well structured blog about this topic .

If you are looking for other articles on our ProxySQL Series :

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