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Mar
26
accepted Vertical output from FreeTDS fisql
Mar
25
comment MySQL master-master replication between database running on 3 different server
I have some advice. Don't do it. You'll regret it later. This configuration is incredibly unstable and increases your points of failure.
Mar
23
answered Vertical output from FreeTDS fisql
Mar
23
asked Vertical output from FreeTDS fisql
Mar
8
answered [MySQL]multiple-masters single-slave
Feb
2
comment HA Setup for MySQL/mostly MyISAM Tables
Sorry, i misread.
Jan
30
comment MySQL query caching - what happens if Server runs out of RAM?
You should confirm that you are using the right definition of free memory. The line that you generally care about is memory available for apps which is the free column on the -/+ buffers cache line. Nearly everyone I talk to doesn't understand how Linux utilizes memory.
Jan
29
comment How to migrate from regular MySQL to Percona Server in production?
You can just install Percona Server over MySQL. It is binary compatible.
Jan
23
awarded  Organizer
Jan
23
revised High iowait on Amazon EC2 MySQL instance with EBS volume
formatting of config files, more appropriate tags
Jan
23
suggested approved edit on High iowait on Amazon EC2 MySQL instance with EBS volume
Jan
23
revised High iowait on Amazon EC2 MySQL instance with EBS volume
correction to galera/Percona Cluster statement
Jan
23
comment High iowait on Amazon EC2 MySQL instance with EBS volume
Thanks, Baron! I will remove that statement.
Jan
23
revised High iowait on Amazon EC2 MySQL instance with EBS volume
added 168 characters in body
Jan
23
revised High iowait on Amazon EC2 MySQL instance with EBS volume
cluster stuff
Jan
23
answered High iowait on Amazon EC2 MySQL instance with EBS volume
Jan
15
comment Restore MySQL Databases from File backups, not MySQL Export
A list of the filenames that you restored would be helpful.
Jan
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
13
comment Copy MySQL to RAM as a poor man's memcached replacement?
The way that you use memcached for reads -> 1. client requests data. 2. client looks to see if it is in memcached 3. if it is in memcached, return the data, if not 4. read it from the database 5. return to client, 6. write data to memcached. For writes, you just write to both memcached and the database.
Dec
8
awarded  Revival