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Category: MySQL

How To Setup a Replication Slave With TwinDB Backup Tool

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Setting up a replication slave is pretty straightforward, yet cumbersome process that needs a lot of attention to detail. Even if at first glance the six steps are simple, together they constitute something that is everything but easy to grasp. What’s Our Solution We decided to fix that. As a result, our very own TwinDB […]

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MySQL Users Management Using ProxySQL Tools

Recently, we have implemented a set of new commands in ProxySQL Tools to manage MySQL users. You can create, delete, and modify users from the command line. Following commands are available:

You can set a user’s password at the time of creation with —-password option, or later on with the set_password sub-command. Create user Let’s add a […]

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Show Differences Found by Pt-Table-Checksum

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First of all,pt-table-checksum is perfect for checking if the master and its slaves are in-sync. It answers the question “Are the slaves consistent with the master?”. However, if they’re not, pt-table-checksum doesn’t actually tell you what exactly is wrong.

Frompt-table-checksum to pt-table-sync Nevertheless, pt-table-sync may give you a partial answer. It can print SQL statements to sync the replication […]

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TwinDB Talks On Percona Live 2016

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Percona Live is Christmas in the MySQL world. Naturally, it’s the time when friends and family come together. Everyone is talking about achievements of the year and making New Year’s resolutions. TwinDB at Percona This year, TwinDB does two talks. One about data recovery and the other about backups. The first one will be a […]

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Temporary table naming scheme in 5.6 and before

Benchmarking is a popular topic. People love drawing graphs as much as watching how X is 10% faster than Y; there must be something special in measurements. For a DBA, however, more tangible improvements come from less popular area of database maintenance. While MariaDB spreads FUD around InnoDB (nonetheless still uses it) I have to […]

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